formating named range

G2K

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Hi,

I need to format a range named ABC, ABC range starts from A1 to
c10. i want to format this range as -

Merge A1 to C1
Outline = medium
Inline = thin
bordercolor = Blue
Interior color = Green

is it possible to format range ABC acoording to above specification??

Please Help...

Thanks.
 

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iliace

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Why wouldn't it be possible? Do you mean using VBA/macro?

Or if you mean "inline" within the first row, then no - there is no borders for cells that are part of a merged cell set.
 

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