Draw Borders in Excel Cells

Draw Borders in Excel Cells

 

 

 

You can make a range stand out from the rest of your worksheet data by adding a border around the range. 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. Borders are also useful if a worksheet has several ranges that appear close to each other. By surrounding each range with a border, you make it clearer that your worksheet consists of multiple, separate ranges.

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