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In Powerpoint, I have a White box with a transparent outline. This does not appear on the document, and this is deliberate, I only use the reference points for connecting lines. However, when I print the page, or go to print preview, the box has a thick black outline. I have tried a transparent outline, and a white outline.

I use Microsoft Office Professional Plus 2010 on Windows 7 Enterprise x64.

Any ideas are appreciated.

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migrated from May 16 '13 at 16:26

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You can set the shape outline to none via the format-ribbon.

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