By default, when you create a table, cells have no color. In the Toolbar, the color change button displays a color in which the user can quickly color a font without having to select it from the palette:
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•User-created "p_xo_text">Do add a background "p_xo_list" style="">1.Select the desired cell or a range of cells.
2.Select the fill color of the cells in one of the following ways:
•Click on the Toolbar to select the last used color or the default color.
•Click the arrow to the right of the button on the Toolbar and select a color from the palette.
•In the Command menu, select .
If the cell where the pointer is placed is highlighted in color, the current color of the text selection in the color palette window is checked. The upper part of the palette displays the last used colors. At the bottom of the palette window, custom colors created earlier are displayed.
To set your own color, do the following:
1.Click the button located at the bottom of the palette.
2.Adjust the color settings in the window that appears. To do this, enter the hex code of the desired color, or choose it yourself:
•The color tone is selected on the vertical scale on the right. Click the left mouse button on the color scale and move the pointer vertically. The markers will indicate a specific shade .
•The shade of the color is selected using the marker, which by default is located in the lower left corner. Hold the marker with the left mouse button and move the pointer around the window.
3.Click to apply the selected color fill, or to leave without changes.
Once created, the color can be found in the section.
To remove the cell fill, do the following:
1.Select the desired cell or a range of cells.
2.Open the fill color palette in one of the following ways:
•Click the arrow to the right of the button on the Toolbar.
•On the Command menu, select .
3.In the palette that opens, click .