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How do you change the color of gridlines in excel 2011?

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I would like to change the color of the gridlines from black to green in an excel 2011 spread sheet.
Pretty straightforward in Excel 2010 for PC but don't see how to do it on Excel 2011 for Mac.
Any ideas? Thanks
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Try this:

 Excel> Preferences> View, select a color from the
Window Options list.

If not, then I don't think there's an option on the Mac version.
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Perfect. Thank you very much.
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Thanks for unlocking this mystery.
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