DRAW BORDERS IN EXCEL WORKSHEETS
This tip comes from Mark Cross, of The Villages, Florida
For years, Word users have been able to create tables to their own unique specifications. Now, Excel version 2002 offers a similar feature, called Draw Borders.
Here's how to use it:
1. On the Formatting toolbar, click the arrow next to Borders, and then click Draw Borders on the palette.
2. On the Borders toolbar, click the arrow next to Draw Border or Draw Border Grid, and then click Draw Border on the palette.
3. Do one or more of the following:
**Draw a border line on cells. Click the line you want as a border or click and drag on the lines you want as borders.
**Draw an outside border around a row. Click in the center of a cell and drag across the row.
**Draw an outside border around a column. Click in the center of a cell and drag down the column.
4. When you are finished drawing borders, close the Borders toolbar to leave Draw Borders mode.
Our thanks to Mark for the tip.
Created Date: 01/09/2002 Last Reviewed: 01/09/2002 Rev. Date: