This is an aggravating problem because I am sure the answer is simple.
We have InDesign files in our system where all new created text boxes are showing a 1-point border.
I have taken the steps I believe would eliminate that; namely clicking on the "T" text tool, then making sure the stroke is set to 0. Regardless of what the stroke is on, a 1-point border appears that can only be eliminated via using the selection or content tools.
I have tried setting it on what I believe to be the document's master page. But while it always shows 0 all the way until the point where the box is drawn and all of a sudden there is a 1-point box.
Any one have the answer?
Select NOTHING then make sure the default is for no stroke no fill.
Easiest way to do that is press / x /
(OT) Hi Bob, you wont remember this but you were the first person in the forum to help me many years back when I first started to use ID over quark... great advice then and now... tx for you help...
Took a little more poking around today but I finally found it. Phew. And it was something rather simple.
The change to no stroke has to be made in "Object Styles" window.
I did that on the master page and it looks like the document now is good to go.
(And if I could edit the type on header to say eliminate, I would do that.)