Today I entered a formula, and got six 11's.
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- By Doug. Comment posted 15 February, 2012 2:08pmHey,
How do you get the yellow and black columns and rows? Is it possible to do this using excel 2003?
Great blog and books by the way! Currently working my way through 'Excel 2010 power programming with VBA'.
- By John Walkenbach. Comment posted 15 February, 2012 2:20pmThat's a color scheme, introduced in Excel 2007. You have a choice of black, blue, or silver.
- By James Miles. Comment posted 17 October, 2012 6:32amI'm using excel 2007, I have changed my colour scheme to black and the trim of the window is black and the menu bar/toolbars are black. What the other guy was asking is how have you changed the column headers (A, B, C) and the Rows (1, 2, 3) to be black as mine are still a silvery colour when yours are clearly very dark
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