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Add Borders to a Range
Add Borders
to a Range
You can make a range stand out from the rest of your
worksheet data by adding a border around the range.
For example, if you have a range of cells that are
used as the input values for one or more formulas,
you could add a border around the input cells to
make it clear the cells in that range are related to
each other.
You can also use borders to make a range easier to
read. For example, if your range has totals on the
bottom row, you can add a double border above the
totals.
Add Borders to a Range
1 Select the range that you
want to format.
2 Click the Home tab.
3 Click the Borders
.
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