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I needing to know how you can develop a spreadsheet where part of the spreadsheet has gridlines and the other part does not.  Can anyone tell me?

Thank you.

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You could try changing the color of the borders to white.

@Water1049 

You can use cell borders for this.

Step 1: turn off Gridlines on the View tab of the ribbon.

Step 2: select the range that you want to have visible gridlines.

Click the dropdown arrow on the right hand side of the borders button in the Font group of the Home tab of the ribbon.

Select More Borders... from the dropdown menu.

Select the thin continuous line.

Select a color - if you want the lines to look like the built-in gridlines, choose a medium gray.

Click both Outline and Inside.

Finally, click OK.

 

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