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    When copying, moving, sometimes deleting cells, the 'default' gridline(s) go with it. How do you replace these? Borders just don't seem to cut it.
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    When you say default, have they been formatted at all or are they naked?
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    Hi Catharine, thanks for responding,
    The gridlines are what appear when you first open a book yes, naked you could say; no formatting whatsoever.
    These gridlines just seem to go with a 'cut' or 'copy' of the cell, then when you print the document the lines aren't there.
    Just don't know how to replace them again.

    Jason

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    how odd, make sure that you have gridline printing turned on.
    Page Setup, Sheet, Print Gridlines.
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