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Using Excel Color Constants and the Color Palette . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 219 Formatting Worksheet Elements . . . . . 230 Formatting Fonts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 231 Formatting Cells . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 233 Formatting Borders . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 236
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If left in their original condition, Microsoft Excel worksheets are fairly plain to look at. Black text on a white background, with gray gridlines indicating cell barriers, is a functional way to present data, but it s not the most exciting presentation imaginable. Not to mention the fact that if all of your data looks the same, there s nothing to distinguish one cell from another except for the value. And, yes, the values are the most important part of a worksheet, but presentation does count for something. In this chapter you ll learn how to use Excel color constants and the Excel color palette, modify the existing color palette, find out how to get around the 56-color limit in Excel, and format cells by changing their interior, font, and border colors.
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Although there are a lot of ways you can reformat the elements of a worksheet, one great way to call attention to an element is by changing that element s color. Whether you change the color of text in a cell to reflect the cell s value, change the color of a sheet tab to indicate there was a change made to the worksheet s data, or make a cell s background yellow to emphasize that it is the active cell, you can use colors to make your data stand out and your sheets easier to use. The simplest way to assign a color to a worksheet element is to use one of the Microsoft Visual Basic for Applications color constants, which represent the eight basic colors available on a computer. The constants and the colors they represent are listed in Table 10-1.
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Black Green Blue Cyan
Constant
vbBlack vbGreen vbBlue vbCyan
Constant
vbRed vbYellow vbMagenta vbWhite
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Red Yellow Magenta White
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Microsoft Office Excel 2003 Programming Inside Out Why are these colors the only ones with constants assigned to them The reason lies in how colors are created on a computer. You probably encountered the color wheel sometime, prob ably in school, and you learned that you can combine red, blue, and yellow pigments to create any color you want. That s true for pigments (usually paint or ink), but it s not true when you re working with light. When you want to create colors using light, you operate with these three primary colors: red, green, and blue. The difference between working with pigments and working with light is captured in the names of the two color systems: subtractive color, which refers to pigments, and additive color, which refers to light. In the subtractive color system, you begin with white (the absence of color) and, through the use of pigments, subtract colors by blocking them out with your paint. If you mix equal amounts of the primary colors (red, yellow, and blue) you ll get black because you ve subtracted all of the colors. In the additive color system, by contrast, you start with black (the absence of light) and add colors to the mix. In the additive color system, add ing full-intensity red, green, and blue light, you get white light. Just as you can mix differing amounts of paint to produce unique colors (for example, mix ing equal amounts of red and yellow makes true orange, whereas putting in more red than yellow makes a red-orange), you can mix differing amounts of light to create distinct colors on your computer. The Microsoft Windows operating system recognizes 256 intensities for each primary color (red, green, and blue). An intensity of 0 means that none of that light is added to the color of a pixel (a dot on your monitor screen), and an intensity of 255 means that the maximum amount of that color is added. Note A pixel is actually made up of three dots: one that emits red light, one that emits green light, and one that emits blue light. To define a color using a mixture of red, green, and blue light, you use the Visual Basic RGB function, which has this syntax:
RGB(red, green, blue)
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