Get Cells with border

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sheen

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Hi,

I have an excel sheet with different cells having borders. e.g Range A1:d12 has a border. Then another range like A20:D40 has a border. Now i like to write a macro which automatically detects these ranges with borders and color the cells which are in these border ranges.

I hope i am elaborative enough. Incase there is any ambiguity, do let me know.

Thanks in advance.
 

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sheen

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Thanks for the reply..

Actually i want the macro to detect these ranges automatically and color them.Any idea..?
 

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