How to round cell corners in Excel?
In Excel, the table corners are right- angled, but sometimes, for good-looking, you may want the cell corners are rounded just like the below screenshot shown. Now I will tell you how to round the cell corners in Excel.
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There is no way to directly round the cell corners, here I will insert a round corner shape to above the cell.
1. Because the shape will hide the cell contents, you do not need to type anything in the cells you want to round their corners. Click Insert > Shape, and select the shape you need from the Rectangles section of the list.
2. Then draw the shape to meet your needed size and position.
3. Then you can type the cell contents you want to show in the shape.
If you need, you can format the shape as you like by clicking the shape and going to Format tab and specifying the style you need.