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Add Cell Borders and Shading
Add Cell Borders and Shading
By default, Excel displays gridlines separating each cell to help you enter data, but the gridlines
do not print (also by default). You can print gridlines or hide them from view.
Alternatively, you can add printable borders to selected worksheet cells to help define the contents
or more clearly separate the data from surrounding cells. You can add borders to all four sides of a
cell or to just one, two, or three sides.
You can also apply shading to selected worksheet cells to help set apart different data.
Add Cell Borders and Shading
Add Quick Borders
1 Select the cell or range around
which you want to place a border.
2 Click the Home tab.
3 Click beside the Borders
button ( ).
Note: To apply the current border
selection shown on the button, simply
click the Borders button (
).
4 Click a border style.
A Excel assigns the borders to
the cell or range.
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