Excel 2013, 2010 users have the option to change the color of gridlines, print or hide gridlines.
Change gridlines color in Excel
User can change the gridlines colour using Excel Advanced options. This can be done by the following steps
Step 1: Click File menu and then Options link.
Step 2: In Excel Options window, navigate to Advanced Options
Step 3: In Advanced Options, scroll down Display options for this worksheet
Step 4: And to change the colour of excel 2010 gridlines, specify the colour using the Gridline Color drop down values.
Step 5: Click OK button to save and confirm the changes.
Hide gridlines in Excel
Gridlines in Microsoft Excel 2013 and Excel 2010 are lines between the rows and columns in a worksheet to make editing and reading faster. But in case if you have lot of text in Excel worksheet and you want to remove the Gridlines then you can use the feature available as part of View menu to hide these Gridlines.
To hide Gridlines in Excel 2010 and Excel 2013,
From home menu, click the View menu option
In View menu, navigate to Show section and un tick the check box with label as Gridlines.
By this way one can hide the gridlines in Excel 2013 and Excel 2010.
Print with Gridlines in Excel
Let us say you have the following set of data that needs to be printed.
If you navigate to Print menu then by default the Print Preview will display these data with out the gridlines.
If you want to print the worksheet with gridlines in Excel 2010, then Click Page layout menu then navigate to Sheet Options. Now mark the check box with label as Print under Gridlines.