Extending Grid Lines

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I have entered headings along the top of the Excel worksheet.  I would like the grid lines to print across and down the entire sheet, but it is only printing around my headings.  Basically, I'm creating a chart where someone can fill in info under each heading, but I need grid lines to keep it neat.

 

Windows 10

 

Thank you - Cindy

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@ctcarraway 

 

Under the File menu, down toward the bottom, you'll see "Page Setup"

Select Page Setup and then click on "Sheet"

Then, down on the left, check the "Gridlines" box under Print Options

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But if all you're doing is creating a paper form for others to fill in data, you might have better control over the layout and look by using the Table option in Microsoft word. Just make sure the gridlines are visible, as they are by default.