HI: It looks like you're using PDF -- I agree with @ballardw -- using rules=none and cellspacing=0 or setting borderwidth to 0 might be a better alternative or try the Journal style to see if that gives you more what you want. There's a note in the Tech Support example that explains that bordercolor works best with RTF, which has also been my experience. It doesn't make sense to me why you would want to remove the border in that location anyway. But one way around it is to concatenate the values in both of those cells and then create one character value that is both individual values concatenated together. This is what is frequently done for demographic reports, such as the ones that have numbers formatted like 20 (15%) -- where you have the N and the PCTN together in one cell.
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