Hiding the gridlines, especially if you’ve added your own borders to cells, makes the spreadsheet easier to read. In the short video below (less than 1 minute) I’ll show you how. This video was part of a training course that I created. This clip didn’t make the final cur due to time constraints. It uses Excel 2016 for Mac but it’s almost the same for other versions of Excel, on both Windows and Mac
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