how to cross a line in excel row

how to cross excel spreadsheet row.

Lets say i have 10 rows in excel spreadsheet called Proposals.

Lets say 7th proposal cancelled due to discussion with client.(if you see in attachment row 7 "Implement" in yellow crossed in one of other document...i want to do same way..not sure how to do)

how to put one line crossing it still people should see it in background.

please advise
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Bill PrewCommented:
Highlight the row, or cells, right click on them, select Format Cells, choose the Font tab, and enable the Strikethrough property.  Click Okay.

gudii9Author Commented:
select Format Cells, choose the Font tab

i could not find Font Tab under Format cells.

can you please put some screenshots
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Martin LissOlder than dirtCommented:
In this worksheet select the cell(s) you want to cancel and press Ctrl+Shift+c . The gray color can be changed or eliminated.
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