In Google Sheets, you can hide gridlines by adjusting the cell borders. Here’s how you can do it:

  1. Select the Range:
    • Click and drag to select the range of cells for which you want to hide the gridlines, or click on a single cell if you want to apply the changes to the entire sheet.
  2. Open the Format menu:
    • Either right-click on the selected cells and choose “Format” from the context menu, or go to the top menu and click on “Format.”
  3. Go to “Borders”:
    • In the Format menu, hover over “Borders.”
  4. Choose “All borders”:
    • In the “Borders” sub-menu, select “All borders” to remove the visible cell borders and gridlines.
  5. Customize as needed:
    • If you only want to hide horizontal or vertical gridlines, you can choose “Inner horizontal” or “Inner vertical,” respectively.
  6. Check for Gridline Visibility:
    • After applying the changes, check whether the gridlines are still visible. If they are, make sure that the cell borders are set to “None.”

Alternatively, if you want to hide gridlines for the entire sheet:

  1. Click on the View menu:
    • Go to the top menu and click on “View.”
  2. Toggle “Gridlines”:
    • In the View menu, find the “Gridlines” option. If it has a checkmark next to it, it means gridlines are visible. Click on it to toggle off and hide the gridlines.

These methods allow you to control the visibility of gridlines in Google Sheets, either for specific ranges or for the entire sheet.

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