Click the Shape Outline button on the Shape Format tab in the Shape Styles group, and then pick No Outline from the drop-down box. The text box lines have gone invisible. Then, on the Shape Fill button, select No Fill from the drop-down box. Bring the text box closer to the line by dragging it. The end point of your drag moves the text box down one line.
Click just above one of the lines. Click the dropdown arrow on the right hand side of the Borders button on the Home tab of the ribbon, and then pick No Border from the dropdown menu. Rep for the remaining lines. Snap to Grid enables you to align your text with dotted or dashed lines.
Take out a horizontal line.
3. Navigate to the "Insert" menu, then to the "Shapes" button. Select the basic line form by clicking on it. When the cursor transforms to a plus sign, hold down the "Ctrl" key to create a straight drawing line, then drag the cursor to the right of the text you just wrote, providing an area for your form recipients to write. Release the "Ctrl" key and click once more on the line to complete the shape.
Check that the "Home" tab is activated. If not, navigate to the "Home" option on the ribbon. Click the down arrow on the right side of the "Borders" button in the "Paragraph" section of the "Home" tab and pick "No Border" from the drop-down menu. This eliminates the line behind the paragraph where you placed the cursor.
In many versions of Word, doing so will result in the line being removed. Click on the row just above the undesirable line. Select the whole row above the line if there is any text directly above the line.
To remove formatting from material, pick the text you wish to remove formatting from. Press "Ctrl + A" to select all of the text in your document. Check that the "Home" tab is activated. Click the "Styles" dialog box button in the "Styles" section. The "Styles" pane is visible. At the top of the list of styles, select "Clear All."
Place your cursor over the line by clicking. 2. At the top of your screen, click the Home tab. 3. Click on the drop-down arrow next to the Borders button in the Paragraph group at the center of the Ribbon. 4. Select No Line from the list of options. 5. Click OK to save your work.