Borders


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Borders

Maybe the most important aesthetic improvement you can add to any worksheet is the addition of borders. Borders will help define the sections and the segments of your worksheet, as well as guide the viewers eye to various information around your sheet. Let's take a look at the sheet's current presentation when printed by using the Print Preview feature. Go up to the File menu and select Print Preview. As you can see without any lines or borders on this page, the information just kind of sits there in a clutter. Let's get out of this view by clicking Close and we'll add down the left-hand side here, I only want to select the titles. There we go. Let's right-click and go to Format Cells and we'll use the Border tab. Here in the Border tab you can see your various line styles. You've got broken lines, dotted and dashed and a combination thereof, as well you have varying thicknesses for your lines and even a double line.

Let's go ahead and select the normal ...

Borders
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Borders provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Mark Swift as part of the Excel 2003 Essential Training

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Business
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Excel
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