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Choosing the color Excel uses to display errors
Choosing the color Excel uses to display errors
Excel 2013 uses a variety of colored flags to convey
information about the contents of individual cells. For example, cells
with comments have a red flag at the top-right corner. Excel
highlights cells that contain formulas with errors by displaying
a green flag at the top-left corner of the cell. If you prefer to
highlight those cells by using a flag with a color other than
green, you can use the controls on the Formulas page of the
Excel Options dialog box to select a new color for the flags.
Select the color that Excel uses to display
1 Click the File tab.
2 Click Options.
3 Click Formulas.
4 Click Indicate Errors Using This Color.
5 Click the color that you want to use.
6 Click OK.
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