Excel Shortcut to Add or Remove Gridlines

Have you felt the need to remove or add the Gridlines in an excel sheet?

While I work on excel, I feel it is unprofessional to make a model and distribute it with the grid lines. All the same sometimes I feel its uncomfortable to work without the gridlines.

For example in my LinkedIn model, for the Cash Flow Statement, I usually remove the grid lines to make the page look professional and clean, but when I work on it I feel the need for grid lines, because the data is closely packed. Not having the grid lines makes the page a confusing heap of data.


To add or remove gridlines I usually use shortcuts.

But I did'nt find any shortcut to add / remove grid lines on Mac. Id suggest you look for it in the tools menu


How is this useful?

I can easily remove the gridlines for the worksheet to look professional. I can also add the gridlines the same way for user ease!

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