Open a blank Excel document.
Click on Edit in Excel if opened in MS Office 365.
Now complete as follows:
Place your cursor over the number 4, click and drag down until you have 10 rows highlighted. Your cursor will look like this.
Then place your cursor over a line between two of the numbers you have just highlighted and drag down the width of 2½ cells. Let go, your cells will look square. Your cursor will look like this.
Select cell C4 as a starting point and select 10 columns and 10 rows.
Your cursor will look like this throughout the whole selection process.
Let go of the click, go to ‘format cells’ on the home ribbon, format cells, borders, select the second last line, then outline and inside, ok.
Type 1 and 2 in the correct cells, select both cells, click on the green ‘button’ in the bottom right-hand corner and drag to the last cell which has been formatted with a border. You will need each row separately.
When selecting your cells your cursor looks like this.
Then your cells look like this
After your cursor is placed over the little green dot/button, it looks like this.
Then select all of your bordered cells again, change the font size to 22-24, centre your numbers using ‘alignment’ on the same ribbon.
You can colour in your cells if you want.