Changing the Gridline color in Microsoft Excel 2010
Do you know what Gridlines are? In Microsoft Excel 2010, when you print your data the grids for the cells in which the data is present, are called Gridlines. Gridlines are the ones the separate your data and display them. You can actually change the color of those gridlines that separate your data in Microsoft Excel 2010. This way, if you have more than one page of data, you can have different gridlines for different pages so that it doesn’t look monotonous. Let’s see how you can do it.
This option can be found in the ‘Options’ menu in the ‘File’ tab on the Ribbon in Microsoft Excel 2010. When you’re on the ‘File’ tab on the Ribbon, click on ‘Options’ to access the window where you can change the preferences of Microsoft Excel 2010. Once you click on ‘Options’, a window would be displayed on the screen where you can change the preferences. Click on ‘Advanced’ option to access the part of the window where you would find the option to change the color of the gridlines.
Once you click ‘Advanced’ you’d find the option ‘Gridline color’ which is by default, black. If you click on the box that’s displayed there with the default color, a selection of colors is displayed to you. You can choose the desired color for your gridlines and save the preferences. Once you save the color of the gridlines, you’d see the color you’ve chosen in the menu being displayed in the Microsoft Excel 2010 workbook. And that’s how you change the color of the Gridlines in Microsoft Excel 2010.