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Re: Excel 2007 noncontiguous cell highlight color=light,light blue.How do I make it darker, or like Excel 2003 ( I'm extremely shade blind-PLZHELP !! )

 
 
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      28th Jul 2011
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On 07/27/2011 15:53, DCJM wrote:
> I have extreme shade blindness & need massive help. In Excel 2003, if I select 5
> noncontigious cells the last cell retains it's color while the 1st 4 become a
> darker color, like emerald green, charcoal or something, which I can see and
> keep track of which cells I've selected. In Excel 2007 this color is a blue so
> light that frankly I can't see it. How do I change this color(& I guess in Excel
> 2010 also) back to the way it was in Excel 2003, or something dark that I can
> see? Thanks, Dave
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