by Allen Wyatt
(last updated February 27, 2014)
When you first create a spreadsheet, Sheets displays the familiar grid-shaped format that most spreadsheet users know and love. There may be times, however, when the gridlines don't fit your purposes. For instance, if you are creating a spreadsheet that has quite a bit of text in it, you may find the gridlines distracting. To turn off gridlines for a spreadsheet, follow these steps:
That's it; only two steps. The Gridlines option on the View menu is actually a toggle setting, meaning that each time you click it you alternately turn the gridlines on and off. Even though it is easy to tell if the gridlines are on or off (judging by whether they are visible or not), the Gridlines option on the View menu also displays a check mark to provide the same indication.
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