You can set different styles for the text in table cells, including setting the font color, bold, italics, strikethrough, underline, or a hyperlink. This allows for a richer visual experience.
Note: Different styles can only be set for text content, not numerical content.
- 1.Double-click a cell to edit it, and then select the portion of text for which you want to set a style.
- 2.Click a style button on the toolbar or use keyboard shortcuts to modify the style of the selected text.
- •Font color: You can set different font colors to differentiate cell content.
- •Font size: You can set the font size to differentiate between normal text and headings.
- •Bold, italics, underline: You can use these styles to indicate important content.
- •Strikethrough: You can use the strikethrough style to indicate outdated content.
- •Hyperlink: You can add a hyperlink to text so that users can click the text to redirect to a corresponding webpage. When you mouse over a hyperlink, the hyperlink edit box appears, which allows you to quickly edit or delete the hyperlink.
When I insert a sheet in a document, can I set content styles for a portion of the content in a given cell?
In which cells can I set styles for a portion of the content?
You can set different styles for text-type content, not numeric-type content. In addition, you can't set different content styles for cells that use the data reference feature to reference content from other tables and cells that contain array formula results.
What happens when I copy and paste cells after setting content styles?
If you copy and paste cells, the new copies will retain the styles of the originals.
If you double-click a cell and past content in the cell content field, only the plaintext is pasted.
Can I use the format painter feature to set the style of a portion of the content in a cell?
No, The format painter feature can only be used to copy and overwrite the style of a whole cell.
Can I use conditional formatting to set partial cell content styles?
Conditional formatting only applies to an entire cell. It can't be used for only certain content in the cell.
If you have already set a style for some of the content in a cell, its style will not change based on conditional formatting rules.