How Do You Create Diagonal Lines In A Cell In An Excel Spreadsheet?
Microsoft Excel not only allows users to record and analyze numerical data but also provides a variety of options to enhance the readability and look of spreadsheets. Users often require certain cells to remain vacant or not-applicable, such as cells within graphs. Common ways of doing this are by filling the cell with a color or simply adding a diagonal line. Excel allows either possibility to be accomplished swiftly and simply. Open Microsoft Excel by double-clicking the Excel icon on your screen or selecting “Programs” from the “Start” menu and then selecting “Microsoft Excel.” Select the cell you would like to place the diagonal line in by clicking on it once. The cell will be highlighted with a bold border around it to indicate that it has been selected. For Excel versions before 2007, move your cursor to the “Format” pull-down menu and select the first item: “Cells.” A pop-up box will appear named “Format Cells.” Select the tab that says “Border” within the box. For Excel 2007 or