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In Excel there is a button on the tool bar that you would press after highlighting all of the cells.
This is located on the Home tab in Office 2007 and 2010
So you would highlight all of the cells that you wish to have borders.
Use that button to add the border you choose (using the drop down arrow) and then print as you normally would.
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Take me a few steps further. I'm still not getting the lines. I'm not concerned about a border. I want rows and cells separated by printed lines so it is easier to follow.
Okay so you want each cell surround by a line correct?
Or something different?
Or like this?
Are you still there?
Yes, I am.
I don't see anything except words such as "like this" "or something different" "or like this. I just want gridlines.
I placed images into the chat. I am guessing they didnt show up.
The way to add the grid lines is the following.
In Excel on the home tab at the top there is a button that shows grid lines.
It is underneath the font and to the right of the B I U buttons.
It is to the left of the font coloring buttons.
There is a drop down associated with that grid button.
Press the arrow on the grid button drop down. The drop down menu that comes down says Borders.
At the botton of that list you can choose More Borders.
The borders that this refers to is the Cell borders.
This is where you will choose what specific lines you wish to have drawn on the cells.
There is also a choice in that menu called "All Borders" if you choose that border setting it will place grid lines around all 4 sides of all cells that you have highlighted.
This is the proper method of adding grid lines to your worsheet cells.
There is nothing between the
B I U buttons and the font coloring buttons.
There is no Grid button.
Ah, I found a Borders icon to the extreme right of the Font buttons.