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In the below screenshot, you can see that each blue group header has a tab-shape or round corner background. Does anyone know to to create it?

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This can be done with a little ingenuity :)

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Here's an example spreadsheet you can download:

http://www.shoey.com/apps/RoundedCornerSample.xlsx

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I had the same idea, but you did it way better. How did you lock the shape to the cell in the corner? – Jared Harley Dec 18 '09 at 3:26
    
Great minds :) I just slid the shape ovrr the cell and they kind of "lock" together... didn't have to do anything special there. – Shoeless Dec 18 '09 at 3:27

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