document.getElementById('IDName').style.border = "dashed #123456";
document.getElementById('IDName').style = "border-bottom: dashed #123456;";
Here is the html code I would use to give the cell a bottom borser only:
<TD ID='IDName' style='border-bottom-color:#454545; border-bottom-style:dotted;'>
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