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How to Make Blank Spreadsheets

By Kathryn Hatashita-Lee

Draw cell border grids to create a worksheet template.

Microsoft Excel 2013 can help you print blank worksheets with grid lines for your data entry. Excel includes cell border options that enable you to draw the exact number of rows and columns needed for your project. You can also adjust the width and height of each row and column to suit the amount of content in each cell. Border options include line colors and line styles to customize your worksheet.

Click the “Start” button to display the list of programs and then click “Microsoft Excel” on the Start menu to display a new worksheet.

Click the “Home” tab on the ribbon. Click the “Borders” arrow button in the Font group to open the list of Borders options, and then click “Draw Border Grid.” The cursor converts to a pencil and a grid symbol.

Click on the worksheet where you want to insert the first cell and then drag the cursor to draw the black grid lines on the rows and columns. Release the mouse.

Click the “File” tab on the ribbon to display a list of commands and click “Print” to display a preview of your blank worksheet.

Adjust the settings in the Print pane. For example, click “Landscape Orientation” and “Legal” to select the page orientation and paper size.

Click the “Print” button to print the blank worksheet.

References

Resources

Tips

  • To format the column width, click the column headings, right-click to open the list of options, and then click “Column Width” to open the Column Width dialog box. Type the values in the field and click the “OK” button to close this dialog box.
  • To adjust the row height, click the row headings, right-click to display the list of options, and then click “Row Height” to open the Row Height dialog box. Type the values in the field and click the “OK” button to close this dialog box.
  • Manually adjust the width or height of the rows and columns by clicking the line between two row headings or two column headings. For example, click the line between column headings A and B and drag the cursor to make a wide or narrow column.
  • Select a line color and line style from the Borders list. For example, click the preferred color sample on the Line Color chart and click the dotted line option in the Line Style list to create a colored, dotted border line. Click and drag the cursor on the worksheet.
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Hide Gridlines In Excel

The gridlines in an Excel spreadsheet are only visible when looking at the worksheet electronically, and are not displayed when you send a worksheet to a printer.

However, sometimes you might want to hide gridlines in an Excel worksheet when it is viewed on a computer screen. Two different ways of doing this are described below.


Hide Gridlines by De-Selecting the Gridlines Option

The visibility of the gridlines in an Excel worksheet is controlled by the Gridlines option, which is switched on by default.

Therefore, if you want to hide the gridlines in Excel, you simply need to deselect the option, which can be found as follows:


In Current Versions of Excel (2007 and later):

Gridlines Option in Excel 2010
  • The Gridlines option is found within the 'Show' grouping, in the View tab of the Excel ribbon (see rightabove).

In Excel 2003:

Gridlines Option in Excel 2003
  • Select Tools→Options... to open up the Options dialog box.
  • The Gridlines option is located in the View tab of the Options dialog box (see rightabove).

Hide Gridlines by Filling Cells With a Background Color

Excel Fill Color Options

A second way to hide gridlines in Excel is to color the cell backgrounds in white. This method can be used to hide the gridlines in a chosen range of cells, or for an entire worksheet.

To color the cell background:

  • Select the cells that you want to hide the gridlines on;
  • Click the down arrow at the side of the Fill Color button Excel Fill Color Button, which is located on the 'Home' tab of the Excel ribbon (or on the formatting toolbar in Excel 2003).

    This gives you a selection of colors that you can use to fill the background of the selected cells (see above right). If you select white as the fill color, this will give the appearance of simply removing the gridlines in the selected cells of your worksheet.

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Gridlines are the faint lines that appear between cells on a worksheet.

Worksheet in which gridlines are showing

When working with gridlines, consider the following:

  • By default, gridlines are displayed in worksheets using a color that is assigned by Excel. If you want, you can change the color of the gridlines for a particular worksheet by clicking Gridline color under Display options for this worksheet (File tab, Options, Advanced category).

  • People often confuse borders and gridlines in Excel. Gridlines cannot be customized in the same manner that borders can. If you want to change the width or other attributes of the lines for a border, see Apply or remove cell borders on a worksheet.

  • If you apply a fill color to cells on your worksheet, you won't be able to see or print the cell gridlines for those cells. To see or print the gridlines for these cells, remove the fill color by selecting the cells, and then click the arrow next to Fill ColorButton image(Home tab, Font group), and To remove the fill color, click No Fill.

    Note: You must remove the fill completely. If you change the fill color to white, the gridlines will remain hidden. To keep the fill color and still see lines that serve to separate cells, you can use borders instead of gridlines. For more information, see Apply or remove cell borders on a worksheet.

  • Gridlines are always applied to the whole worksheet or workbook, and can't be applied to specific cells or ranges. If you want to apply lines selectively around specific cells or ranges of cells, you should use borders instead of, or in addition to, gridlines. For more information, see Apply or remove cell borders on a worksheet.

If the design of your workbook requires it, you can hide the gridlines:

Worksheet in which gridlines have been hidden

  1. Select one or more worksheets.

    Tip: When multiple worksheets are selected, [Group] appears in the title bar at the top of the worksheet. To cancel a selection of multiple worksheets in a workbook, click any unselected worksheet. If no unselected sheet is visible, right-click the tab of a selected sheet, and then click Ungroup Sheets.

  2. In Excel 2007: On the View tab, in the Show/Hide group, clear the Gridlines check box.

    Gridlines check box in Show/Hide group

    In all other Excel versions: On the View tab, in the Show group, clear the Gridlines check box.

    Options in the Show group on the View tab

If the gridlines on your worksheet are hidden, you can follow these steps to show them again.

  1. Select one or more worksheets.

    Tip: When multiple worksheets are selected, [Group] appears in the title bar at the top of the worksheet. To cancel a selection of multiple worksheets in a workbook, click any unselected worksheet. If no unselected sheet is visible, right-click the tab of a selected sheet, and then click Ungroup Sheets.

  2. Excel 2007: On the View tab, in the Show/Hide group, select the Gridlines check box.

    All other Excel versions: On the View tab, in the Show group, select the Gridlines check box.

Note: Gridlines do not print by default. For gridlines to appear on the printed page, select the Print check box under Gridlines (Page Layout tab, Sheet Options group).

  1. Select the worksheet.

  2. Click the Page Layout tab.

  3. To show gridlines: Under Gridlines, select the View check box.

    To hide gridlines: Under Gridlines, clear the View check box.

Follow these steps to show or hide gridlines.

  1. Click the sheet.

  2. To show gridlines: On the Layout tab, under View, select the Gridlines check box.

    Note: Gridlines cannot be customized. To change the width, color, or other attributes of the lines around cells, use border formatting.

    To hide gridlines: On the Layout tab, under View, clear the Gridlines check box.

Gridlines are used to distinguish cells on a worksheet. When working with gridlines, consider the following:

  • By default, gridlines are displayed on worksheets using a color that is assigned by Excel. If you want, you can change the color of the gridlines for a particular worksheet.

  • People often confuse borders and gridlines in Excel. Gridlines cannot be customized in the same way that borders can.

  • If you apply a fill color to cells on a worksheet, you won't be able to see or print the cell gridlines for those cells. To see or print the gridlines for these cells, you must remove the fill color. Keep in mind that you must remove the fill entirely. If you simply change the fill color to white, the gridlines will remain hidden. To retain the fill color and still see lines that serve to separate cells, you can use borders instead of gridlines.

  • Gridlines are always applied to the entire worksheet or workbook and can't be applied to specific cells or ranges. If you want to selectively apply lines around specific cells or ranges of cells, you should use borders instead of, or in addition to, gridlines.

You can either show or hide gridlines on a worksheet in Excel for the web. 

On the View tab, in the Show group, select the Gridlines check box to show gridlines, or clear the check box to hide them. 

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See Also

Show or hide gridlines in Word, PowerPoint, and Excel

Print gridlines in a worksheet

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Microsoft Excel opens saved Excel file as blank workbook

Updated: 03/06/2020 by Computer Hope

Microsoft Excel

Sometimes, when a user opens a saved workbook, it is blank. This issue is often caused when Excel's settings are changed (usually inadvertently) to ignore external programs. To correct this issue, try the following suggestions below.

Uncheck "Ignore DDE" option

  1. Open Microsoft Excel.
  2. In the Ribbon, click the Filetab and click Options in the left navigation pane.
  3. Click Advanced, then locate the General section.
  4. Uncheck the box next to Ignore other applications that use Dynamic Data Exchange (DDE).
  5. Click OK.

Disable hardware graphics acceleration in Excel

Sometimes, Excel has issues opening an Excel file and displaying the data due to hardware acceleration for the graphics card in the computer. You can disable the hardware graphics acceleration in Excel by following the steps below.

  1. Open Microsoft Excel.
  2. In the Ribbon, click the Filetab and click Options in the left navigation pane.
  3. Click Advanced, then locate the Display section.
  4. Check the box next to Disable hardware graphics acceleration.
  5. Click OK.

Reset Excel file associations

Windows 10

  1. Open the Start menu and select the Settings option.
  2. Click the System icon.
  3. In the "Find a setting" search field at the top, type default apps and click the Default apps option in the search results.
  4. Scroll down to find and click the Reset button.
Tip

The steps above reset the default file associations for Microsoft applications. If you want to select/change file associations manually, in step #3 above, select the Choose a default app by file type option in the search results. You can then associate Microsoft Excel to the various Excel file types (e.g., .xlsx, .xlsm, etc.)

Windows 8

  1. On the Start screen, type Control Panel and open the Control Panel.
  2. Click the Default Programs option, then click the Set your default programs option.
  3. Select Excel and click the Choose defaults for this program option.
  4. In the Set Program Associations window, select the Select All option and click the Save button.

Windows Vista and 7

  1. Open the Start menu and click the Control Panel option.
  2. Click the Default Programs icon, then click the Set your default programs option.
  3. Select Excel in the Programs list on the left side, then click the Choose defaults for this program option at the bottom.
  4. In the Set Program Associations window, click the check box for Select All and click the Save button.

You can also select a file type association specifically for Excel worksheets only by following the steps below.

  1. Open the Start menu and click the Control Panel option.
  2. Click the Default Programs icon, then click the Associate a file type or protocol with a specific program option.
  3. In the Set Associations window, under the Description column, find and select the entry for Microsoft Excel Worksheet. Click the Change program button at the top-right.
  4. In the Open with window, under the Recommended Programs section, select the Excel option (might be named "Excel (desktop)" or similar) and click the OK button.
Tip

You may want to perform the steps above for the Excel 97-2003 Worksheet file type as well.

Disable add-ins

Microsoft Excel may use add-ins to provide additional features and functionality. These add-ins sometimes cause problems with opening Excel spreadsheet files. Disabling these add-ins may fix the issue of an Excel file opening as a blank workbook.

  1. Open Microsoft Excel.
  2. In the Ribbon, click the Filetab and click Options in the left navigation pane.
  3. Click Add-ins on the left side of the Options window.
  4. In the Manage drop-down list at the bottom, select COM Add-ins and click Go.
  5. Uncheck the box next to one of the add-ins that is currently enabled (box is checked) and click OK.
  6. Close Microsoft Excel, then open the Excel file again.
  7. If the problem is not fixed, repeat steps 2-6 again, unchecking the box for another COM add-in in step 5. Repeat until the issue is fixed or all COM add-ins are unchecked.
  8. If the problem continues after disabling all COM add-ins, repeat steps 2-6, but select Excel Add-ins in step 4. Uncheck the box for one enabled add-in, test, and repeat until the issue is fixed or all Excel add-ins are unchecked.

Repair Microsoft Office

The Microsoft Office application, and specifically the Excel application, may not be functioning properly, requiring you to repair it. To repair Microsoft Office, follow these steps.

  1. Open the Control Panel in Windows.
  2. Click the Programs and Features option.
  3. Select the Microsoft Office option in the programs list, then click the Repair option above the programs list.
Note

For Microsoft Office 365, you need to click the Change option above the programs list, select the Online Repair option on the next screen, then select the Repair option.

  1. If prompted, click the Continue option or button.

Allow at least several minutes for the repair process to complete. There should be a small window with a progress bar to show you the repair status.

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How to remove blank rows in Microsoft Excel to tidy up your spreadsheet

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  • You can remove blank rows in Excel by first doing a "Find & Select" of blank rows in the document. You can then delete them all at once using the "Delete" button on the Home tab.
  • Double check that you're only deleting the rows that you want, as selecting and deleting individual cells will move the data below it up, potentially disrupting the workflow of your Excel sheet.
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Though having blank rows in an Excel worksheet isn't necessarily a bad thing, sometimes they're unnecessary, as they can make a document take up much more space than intended. 

Removing blank spaces and rows in Excel is easy and can be done by using "Find & Select" for all of the blank spaces.

Here's how to do it on a Mac or PC. 

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How to remove blank rows in Excel

1. Click the Home tab in the top menu bar in Excel, and click "Find & Select" on the right side.

2. Select "Go to Special."

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3. A pop-up box will appear. Select "Blanks," and then hit "OK."

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4.Excel will then highlight all of the blank cells. Before you delete the blank cells, ensure that only the cells that you want to remove are highlighted. If you just want to remove rows and not individual blank cells, you can always select a cell with "control + click" on a PC, or  "command + click" on a Mac, to deselect it. Note that when you delete cells, the data below it will be moved up.

5. Once all the blank rows are highlighted, go to the Home tab and find the "Delete" button on the right-hand side. Select "Delete Sheet Rows." This will remove the blank rows.

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