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Hi, it's totally possible to ignore borders. When you create a style, you normally base if off another style ("Default" by default). It's in the "Linked with" selection box in the Cell Style dialog box (where you edit the style). Below that is a "Contains" text field that shows what changes your style has from the base style. If you haven't set any borders for your style, then a cell having that style can have any custom borders you want. The conditional formatting won't apply borders either if the style it applies doesn't contain any border values.