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    macro for borders

    Can someone please let me know how I would set up a macro which would allow me to put a border around a range of cells only in the event that range was in use. in other words, that range may be all blank in which case I dont want a border. i have named the ranges if this is helpful. thanks.

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    Re: macro for borders

    Hi mradam and welcome to the forum.

    Find the attached that has some macros you are asking for.
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    Re: macro for borders

    Sounds like a good use for conditional formatting...Are you sure you want to go with a VBA solution?
    -Greg If this is helpful, pls click Star icon in lower left corner

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