This Excel tutorial explains how to draw a border around a cell in Excel 2016 (with screenshots and step-by-step instructions).
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Question: How do I draw a border around a cell in Microsoft Excel 2016?
Answer: Select the cells that you wish to draw the border around. In this example, we've selected cell B4.
Right-click and then select 'Format Cells' from the popup menu.
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When the Format Cells window appears, select the Border tab. Next select your line style and the borders that you wish to draw. In this example, we've chosen a thick black line on all 4 sides.
Now when you return to your spreadsheet, you should see the border, as follows:
When you are working with Word's drawing tools, you might find it difficult to align objects. Fortunately, there is a drawing feature that you can use to assist you in doing this. You can use the drawing grid to provide a temporary, nonprinting straight edge. In this way you can easily align other objects in your drawing.
Follow these steps to make sure the drawing grid is turned on:
- Display the Page Layout tab (or the Layout tab if you are using Word 2016 or a later version) of the ribbon.
- Within the Arrange group, click the Align drop-down list. Word displays a list of available commands.
- Choose Grid Settings. Word displays the Drawing Grid dialog box (if you are using Word 2007 or Word 2010) or the Grid and Guides dialog box (if you are using Word 2013 or a later version.) (See Figure 1.)
- Use the controls in the dialog box to set the specifics of the grid. You can use the controls to specify the horizontal and vertical spacing used in the grid. You should also make sure the Snap Objects to Grid When the Gridlines Are Not Displayed option is selected.
- Make sure the Display Gridlines on Screen check box is selected. (You can turn the gridlines on and off later by using the View tab of the ribbon, in the Show group.)
- Click on OK.
Figure 1. The Grid and Guides dialog box.