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Come preservare le linee della griglia durante il riempimento del colore in Excel?

Come tutti sappiamo, quando riempiamo il colore di sfondo delle celle, verranno coperte anche le linee della griglia, in questo caso, come potremmo mantenere le linee della griglia mentre riempiamo il colore di sfondo nelle celle di Excel per ottenere la seguente schermata mostrata.

doc mantiene il colore di riempimento della griglia 1

Conserva la griglia mentre riempi il colore con il codice VBA


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Normalmente, non esiste un modo diretto per risolvere questo lavoro, ma qui posso introdurre un codice VBA per te. Si prega di fare quanto segue:

1. Tieni premuto il ALT + F11 chiavi per aprire il Microsoft Visual Basic, Applications Edition finestra.

2. Sulla sinistra Progetto-VBAProgetto riquadro, fare doppio clic Questa cartella di lavoro sotto l'espanso Progetto VBA, quindi copia e incolla il seguente codice VBA nel modulo vuoto:

Codice VBA: preserva la griglia durante il riempimento del colore

Dim xRgPre As Range
Private Sub Workbook_SheetSelectionChange(ByVal Sh As Object, ByVal Target As Range)
    On Error Resume Next
    If Not xRgPre Is Nothing Then DrawBorders xRgPre
    Set xRgPre = Target
End Sub
Private Sub DrawBorders(ByVal Rg As Range)
'Updateby Extendoffice 20160725
    Dim xCell As Range
    Application.ScreenUpdating = False
    For Each xCell In Rg
        If xCell.Interior.ColorIndex = xlNone Then
            With xCell.Borders
                If .ColorIndex = 15 Then
                    .LineStyle = xlNone
                End If
            End With
        Else
            With xCell.Borders
                If .LineStyle = xlNone Then
                    .Weight = xlThin
                    .ColorIndex = 15
                End If
            End With
        End If
    Next
    Application.ScreenUpdating = True
End Sub

doc mantiene il colore di riempimento della griglia 2

3. Quindi salva e chiudi la finestra del codice, ora, quando riempi un colore per un intervallo di celle, la griglia verrà mostrata automaticamente.

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Simply change MS Office to Open Office...
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Danke für den super Tipp!
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This works great. (Thanks) But here's the real question - Why does Excel allow gridlines to disappear when filling cells with color in the first place? Just another dumb glitch in the techy world that so-called intelligent developers never think of. I mean, the gridlines, by default are supposed to be there anyway...so....
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Thank you! I was pulling hairs trying to get the nice grey-ish borders to stay after colorizing. Can't believe Microsoft hasn't already implemented this.
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Another fix, if you don't want to mess with code:
First figure out which color gray matches the default lines and have it in mind.
In the Home tab click Cell styles, right click on Normal, click Modify -> Format -> Border. For Line Color, select that gray. For Presets, select Outline. Done.
Now you may have to select all (CTRL+A / Command+A) and click Cell styles -> Normal to make sure it's applied to all cells. When you fill a cell, the borders will remain.
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Very helpful- thank you
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This helped me SO much. I have literally been searching so many places and this is the only explanation that worked! Thank you!!!
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Alissa , I had the same problem couldn`t get it fixed but your reply helped me a lot , so thank you very much , you are genius .
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Thank you!!
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Cool, but now if I fill some cells, and hit Ctrl+Z to undo, it won't work. Will not undo.
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Hello, Andrew,
Yes, the above code can not support Undo feature, you should fill no color manually to undo your work.
Thank you!
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use only standard colors ;)
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works but one has to correct the error if you see it.
Dim xRgPre As Range
Private Sub Workbook_SheetSelectionChange(ByVal Sh As Object, ByVal Target As Range)
On Error Resume Next
If Not xRgPre Is Nothing Then DrawBorders xRgPre
Set xRgPre = Target


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Should READ... as the If statement only ensures that something is there to set to memory allocation.

One could set the next line below for clean up and not allow memory leaks.

Private Sub Workbook_SheetSelectionChange(ByVal Sh As Object, ByVal Target As Range)
On Error Resume Next
Set xRgPre = Target
If Not xRgPre Is Nothing Then DrawBorders xRgPre
'For ensured memory leaks do not happen
'Clean up the memory allocated after it is not needed.
Set xRqPre = Nothing



Have a nice day..
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Does not work with Conditional Formatting. Set xRqPre = Nothing gives error: variable not defined (deleted the line).Screen jiggles here too, using 2010. Other wise its a cool tool..
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Works fine, but sadly every time I now click on a cell, the worksheet judders! Removed the VBA and the judder has ceased. Wonder why this should happen?
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Same here with Excel 2016. I'm getting freezing and mostly blanked out screen for several seconds, especially when selecting many cells. It's a shame because it does work perfectly otherwise.
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Hi, Vic,
There is no this problem in my Excel workbook, which Excel version do you use?
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Fabulous fix!!
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