How to Remove Vertical Lines in Microsoft Word
Quite a few options are available to add to a Microsoft Word document, none of which have anything to do with text. Add pictures, photographs other documents such as spreadsheets and slides, or take advantage of Word's shape-drawing tool. Nothing added to a Word document, including shapes such a vertical lines, are set in stone. Unlike drawing vertical lines on a piece of actual paper, Word's lines are removable with a bit of navigating and a click or two.
Open Word. Click the "File" tab, select "Open" and browse to the document with the vertical lines to remove. Double-click the file name and the document opens in anew Word window.
Slide the zoom bar at the bottom-right corner of the Word workspace so the first vertical line is large on the screen, which makes it easier to click on, especially if it is very thin.
Click once on the line to highlight it and lines surround it.
Press the "Delete" key to remove the line.
Zoom out to about 100% to see the entire page and scroll to the next line to remove. Repeat the process until all vertical lines are removed.