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Making Lines in Tables Invisible (Creo 2.0)

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Making Lines in Tables Invisible (Creo 2.0)

I am creating a BOM table in Creo with repeat regions that also lists which parts are not shown in the drawing. I would like to make the vertical line inside the red box invisible. (Please reference the attached drawing "example_table.PNG.") Is there a way to make lines in a table invisible in Creo? Thanks for any help.

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Re: Making Lines in Tables Invisible (Creo 2.0)

1) Go to Table Tab

2) Select the table in which you want to make line invisible

3) After selection of table under rows & columns option Line Display option will be highlighted

4) then select the line you want to make invisible.

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Re: Making Lines in Tables Invisible (Creo 2.0)

1) Go to Table Tab

2) Select the table in which you want to make line invisible

3) After selection of table under rows & columns option Line Display option will be highlighted

4) then select the line you want to make invisible.

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Re: Making Lines in Tables Invisible (Creo 2.0)

Hello,

it is important to know that Creo enables you to "hide" inner table lines, only !

Dirty trick...

If you want to have table consisting of 1 cell "without" borders, then create such table, enter requested text/parameter into it and change the size of the cell to 0.1x0.1mm. The cell borders transform to almost invisible dot .

Martin Hanak


Martin Hanák

Re: Making Lines in Tables Invisible (Creo 2.0)

When I select the table, the line display icon stays greyed out. Why can't I select it?

Re: Making Lines in Tables Invisible (Creo 2.0)

Oh I see, I have to select all the cells in the table before I can select the line display option. Thanks for your help!