Color of sheet tabs question please


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Bob Newman

Excel 2010
I know that you can assign various colors to the sheet tabs at the bottom of the screen but this is not what I want. The tab on the active sheet is shaded slightly different then that of the inactive sheets but it is nonetheless almost the same. Is there anyway to make the active tab stand out either by making the titles very bold or preferably making the active tab change colors in the same way that most web browsers handle their tabs?

Thanks in advance... Bob
 
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Victor Delta

Excel 2010
I know that you can assign various colors to the sheet tabs at the bottom of
the screen but this is not what I want. The tab on the active sheet is
shaded slightly different then that of the inactive sheets but it is
nonetheless almost the same. Is there anyway to make the active tab stand
out either by making the titles very bold or preferably making the active
tab change colors in the same way that most web browsers handle their tabs?

Thanks in advance... Bob

Bob,

Did you try googling this query...? I did and quickly found this page which
may help you
http://windowssecrets.com/forums/showthread.php/142826-Active-sheet-tab-color

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Bob Newman

Excel 2010

I know that you can assign various colors to the sheet tabs at the bottom of

the screen but this is not what I want. The tab on the active sheet is

shaded slightly different then that of the inactive sheets but it is

nonetheless almost the same. Is there anyway to make the active tab stand

out either by making the titles very bold or preferably making the active

tab change colors in the same way that most web browsers handle their tabs?



Thanks in advance... Bob



Bob,



Did you try googling this query...? I did and quickly found this page which

may help you

http://windowssecrets.com/forums/showthread.php/142826-Active-sheet-tab-color



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Thanks Victor. Could you please show me the search term you used to get that information? I didn't know how to phrase it.

Bob
 

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