Microsoft Excel borders disappear in print preview

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So something very strange is happening in Microsoft Excel for me. Obviously all of the columns, rows and cells have borders. But in print preview (getting ready to print), the borders completely disappear. However, when I print, it looks fine. I would just like to know why print preview does that? It makes me nervous everytime I'm about to print.
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  • Subhendu Sen
    One reason may be there, the border lines might be thin at certain positions in this Excel spreadsheet that are not rendered in the print preview area while the print is OK. Please check the thickness of border and check again.
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  • ToddN2000
    I agree depending on the border thickness they may not render properly in the print preview. What borders are you using, one of the standard ones or did you draw/design your own?
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