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Default How to setup "marching ants" border Excel cell? OK in MS Word.

There is a way to setup a "marching ant" border in MS Word. I'd like to use
that feature in Excel. Can someone please tell me how to do that? Thank you!

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Excel is pretty static when it comes to these kinds of things.

Maybe you can select the range and just apply a colorful border???
format|cells|border tab

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There is a way to setup a "marching ant" border in MS Word. I'd like to use
that feature in Excel. Can someone please tell me how to do that? Thank you!


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Default How to setup "marching ants" border Excel cell? OK in MS Word.

Yeah, I did that... that's easy... but I wanted to add some zing to it.

"Dave Peterson" wrote:

Excel is pretty static when it comes to these kinds of things.

Maybe you can select the range and just apply a colorful border???
format|cells|border tab

NJDevil wrote:

There is a way to setup a "marching ant" border in MS Word. I'd like to use
that feature in Excel. Can someone please tell me how to do that? Thank you!


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For Zings, use Word -- or Powerpoint.

For information, use Excel <vbg.

NJDevil wrote:

Yeah, I did that... that's easy... but I wanted to add some zing to it.

"Dave Peterson" wrote:

Excel is pretty static when it comes to these kinds of things.

Maybe you can select the range and just apply a colorful border???
format|cells|border tab

NJDevil wrote:

There is a way to setup a "marching ant" border in MS Word. I'd like to use
that feature in Excel. Can someone please tell me how to do that? Thank you!


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