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Chapter 19. Jazzing Up Worksheets in Exc... > Using Borders, Boxes, Shading, and O...

Using Borders, Boxes, Shading, and Other Jazz

One way to improve a worksheet’s look is to add lines, boxes, color, shading, and other characteristics to cells. For example, instead of just using bold on an important sum, you can put a big red box around it.

Using Borders

Adding a border around a cell or group of cells makes the cell or cells stand out or become separate from other cells. For example, Figure 19.6 shows a range of cells surrounded by a thick box.


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