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3 easy steps to creating thick outside borders in Excel

Are you looking for a way to make your outside borders in Excel thicker? If so, you're in luck! There are a few easy steps you can follow to make this happen.

First, open up your Excel document and select the cells you want to add thick outside borders to. Next, go to the 'Home' tab and click on the 'Borders' button. A drop-down menu will appear - simply select the 'Outside Borders' option from this menu.

Now, your outside borders should be visible. If they're not as thick as you'd like them to be, simply click on the 'Line Style' button (also located in the 'Home' tab) and select a thicker line width from the drop-down menu. Voila! Your outside borders are now thicker.

These steps should work in most versions of Excel. If you're using an older version or if you're having trouble following these steps, simply search for 'how to add thick outside borders in Excel' online - there are plenty of helpful tutorials and videos that can walk you through the process.

Once you've added your thick outside borders, you may want to consider adding some other formatting options as well - for example, you could change the color of your borders or add shading to your cells. Experiment with different options to see what looks best for your needs.

That's all there is to it! Adding thick outside borders to your Excel document is easy and only takes a few minutes. Give it a try today and see how it can improve the overall look of your document.

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