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Cell Strokes not extending length of cell in Indesign CS4

Cell Strokes not extending length of cell in Indesign CS4

Cell Strokes not extending length of cell in Indesign CS4

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I am new to InDesign and am trying to import tables from MS excel, so that they will be editable within the Indesign document.  Unfortunatly everything seems to translate well except for the cell borders.  When I try to go through  and apply cell strokes to recreate borders on the cells, I am left with some cells that have borders that do not extend all the way to the end of the cell.  I have made sure that there are not "hidden" cells or anything else like that.  I am just at a loss as to why this is occuring, and was wondering if anyone knew of solution, or if this could be a glitch with the program?   

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