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Thread: How to make grid lines print darker

  1. #1
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    How to make grid lines print darker

    Hi friends,

    I have tried a lot to get a darker printout from grid lines, but i am not able to get it.I have also try to ask many of my friends they also don't know how to do it.Can anyone help me out with this.

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    Re: How to make grid lines print darker

    Sure i will help you out with this try go in Excel Options then goto Advanced setting over here goto Display options for this worksheet and now give the Gridline color in dark.

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    Re: How to make grid lines print darker

    I try to do the above mention things but still the grid lines are coming light on the paper.It's very important for me and thanks for replying me.

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    Re: How to make grid lines print darker

    Try to use Border option i am sure you will be able to get darker lines in when you take printouts for that you need to follow this steps:-

    1. Select the cells in your grid , then right-click on it and select Format Cells.

    2. Over here click on Border tab.

    3. Now select any border whose has thicker borders from the window on the right, and then click on Apply.

    4. Finally click on OK button.

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