Add Back grid on some Excel cells

Any idea how to add back the Excel grid for some missing cells ? Tks
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It looks like those two cells are merged. Select them and then choose Split from the ribbon.
AXISHKAuthor Commented:
They are not merged. I can clearly point to each cell respectively.

Any idea ?
Rob HensonFinance AnalystCommented:
I suspect they are formatted with a white fill.

Remove the fill and the grid lines will appear.

Rob H
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Rob's suggestion would have been my next guess. if not that, also check that they don't have a white border line.
Danny ChildIT ManagerCommented:
Or use the Format Painter from the cells below onto them?

The first cell doesn't have a whole pile of blank spaces in it, does it?  So many that would overflow into the adjacent cell?

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AXISHKAuthor Commented:
I have attached my file here. Any idea ?
It looks like DanCh99 was on the money. I did a 'clear/all' on columns B & C and the grid came back. Subsequent undo and then inspection showed that column B has a run of spaces in it that overflow the column width.
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