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    How to do a table in LibreOffice without line at the bottom?


    I just want a normal table, but without the last line of the box, ie. it should be open. How do I do that?

    (I'm trying to design some tables for a database, in case anyone's interested, and I just want it that way).


    Thanks.

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    You don't say whether you're using Writer, Calc.

    But it's similar. select the bottom row and open the table properties dialogue, choose borders and remove the bottom border.

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    Umm.... can't see that option anywhere, I'm on Writer Version: 4.1.3.2
    Build ID: 4.1.3.2-9.fc20

    (fedora 20)

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    Table > Table Properties then choose the borders tab.

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    Yes, it's not there.

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