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I want to know how to remove the bexes that are in the excel? I have
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data and design and I need to removes extra boxes so it will have a
professional look? and what is the name of this feature?


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You cannot change the number of rows and columns
You could use Tools | Options | View and uncheck the Gridline box (lower
left) to give a more pleasing appearance
Or you could hide the unused rows and columns (have a look in Help)
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