by Allen Wyatt
(last updated March 27, 2014)
Sheets allows you to apply all sorts of formatting to the data in a spreadsheet. One type of formatting you can use is borders, which can be added to individual cells or ranges of cells. In addition to adding borders (which is discussed in a different tip), you can also change the color of cell borders.
Figure 1. The Borders tool opens a palette of individual borders.
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