Making a cell have a boarder via IF

MBrew63

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Is it possible to lock in a current boarder, even when dragging down text and formulas? Another solution is to place a boarder in using an IF statement?

I have multiple worksheets all with boarders in differernt places, even though I routinely drag information down, i then need to go back and replace the boarders every time. i need some help
 

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JPM

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Welcome to the board.
Have you tried Conditional formating? That will allow you to format a cell based upon a condition as in an IF statement.

JPM
 

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