We usually change the font color if we want to highlight some text. If we want to tell the importance of some data, we highlight the text to get the user attention to a particular range in the worksheet. For examples we can change the font color of highly positive figures in to Green or all negative figures in to red color. So that user can easily notice that and understand the data.
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In this topic we will see how change the font color in Excel VBA. Again, we change the font color in excel while generating the reports. We may want to highlight the font in red if the values are negative, in green if the values are positive. Or we may change font colors and sizes for headings. etc…
Change Font Color in Excel VBA – Solution(s):
We can change the font color by using Font.ColorIndex OR Font.Color Properties of a Range/Cell.
Change Font Color in Excel VBA – Examples
The following examples will show you how to change the font color in Excel using VBA.
'In this Example I am changing the Range B4 Font Color Sub sbChangeFontColor() 'Using Cell Object Cells(4, 2).Font.ColorIndex = 3 ' 3 indicates Red Color 'Using Range Object Range("B4").Font.ColorIndex = 3 '--- You can use use RGB, instead of ColorIndex --> 'Using Cell Object Cells(4, 2).Font.Color = RGB(255, 0, 0) 'Using Range Object Range("B4").Font.Color = RGB(255, 0, 0) End Sub
- Open an excel workbook
- Enter some data in Ranges mentioned above
- Press Alt+F11 to open VBA Editor
- Insert a Module for Insert Menu
- Copy the above code and Paste in the code window
- Save the file as macro enabled workbook
- Press F5 to execute itit
We can change the font color while working with the reports. But it is good practice to limit to only few colors, instead of using many colors in a single report. In also need to mantian the same color format while delivering the same kind of report next time.
See the following example screen-shot, we are using the same font and background colors for in ranges in the worksheet. It looks good with same king of colors, instead of using multiple colors.
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