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Excel Guide

Eliminating Grid Lines in Excel: An Easy-to-Follow Procedure

Eliminating grid lines in Excel is a straightforward process.

1. Launch Excel

Begin by opening Excel on your device. If you don't have Excel, it's available for free download from Microsoft.com.

2. Choose the Cells to Remove Grid Lines

Select the cells where you wish to eliminate grid lines. Click on the upper-left cell of the desired range, hold down the "Shift" key, and then click the lower-right cell to encompass the entire range.

3. Navigate to the "Home" Tab

Head to the "Home" tab located at the top of the Excel window. This will reveal various options in the ribbon at the window's top.

4. Click on the "Border" Feature

Within the "Home" tab's ribbon, locate the button resembling a pencil drawing a line. This is the "Border" feature. Give it a click.

5. Opt for "No Border"

Once the "Borders" menu pops up, select the "No Border" option. This action will delete all borders within the chosen cells, including the grid lines.

6. Save Your Progress

Once you've completed the grid lines removal, click on the "File" tab and select "Save" to save your work.