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Just select the cells that you want and then in the menu format>cells, then
select the paterns tab and choose blank color. you can write in those
cells, the font remains black.
At 20:31 17/02/97 -0500, you wrote:
>My worksheet data runs from cells A:1 - F:10. I need to remove the gridlines
>ONLY from the first three rows (A:1 - F:3). I've tried highlighting these
>specific cells and using the TOOLS/OPTIONS menu to remove the gridlines, but
>this removes the gridlines from the entire page, as well as the highlighted
>Does anyone know how to remove gridlines from a few cells without removing
>them from the entire document? I have Excel 5.0 on my home PC, but I fiddled
>around with 7.0 today and still couldn't figure out how to do this. Answers
>or helpful suggestions to this enigma would be greatly appreciated.
>Dawn Langley, MA
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