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> Change Color Scheme For Highlighting Row/column Header, Office 2013    
post Aug 10 2017, 10:22 AM

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The Version says 2013, but this question is really about Excel 2016.

One of my co-workers has been upgraded to Office 2016, but I haven't been upgraded yet, so I'm passing his question on to you fine folks. smile.gif

When he selected a cell in Office 2010, the row header and the column header would be highlighted in yellow so you could easily determine which cell was selected. The contrast for these headers on the selected cell is barely different from the un-selected color scheme. Is there a place to change these settings so the selected row/column are easier to spot?


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post Aug 10 2017, 11:09 AM

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Hi Dennis!

The only thing I can find so far, is changing the Gridline color and the Office Background color, which is the background of all the icons.


Edit: Dennis, another place you can change the look of the default workbook, is the Page Layout - Themes.
This post has been edited by RAZMaddaz: Aug 10 2017, 11:41 AM
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post Aug 10 2017, 11:47 AM

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This sounds like a VBA add-in or macro:

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