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Changing worksheet tab colors
Changing worksheet tab colors
A great way to make any worksheet element stand out is to
change it to a color that contrasts with the other colors used
in the worksheet. In Excel, you can change the color of sheet
tabs. For example, you can change the color of a sheet tab in a
workbook in which you track sales for a year with a worksheet
for each month. Rather than move the current worksheet to the
front of the list, which would put the worksheets out of order,
you can change the color of the sheet tab to make it stand out.
When the month ends, you can remove the color from that
sheet tab and apply it to the new month’s sheet tab.
Color a sheet tab
1 Hold down the Ctrl key, and click the sheet tabs that you want to
2 Right-click the selection, and point to Tab Color on the shortcut
Select the color that you want.
TIP If you don’t see the tab color you want in the Tab Color
palette, click More Colors to display the Colors dialog box.
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