If you have a table with many rows as well as columns, it can be difficult to read. Including shading to the table can make reviewing the data in our table much easier. For instance, you can include shielding to every other row and/or column utilizing a shade or pattern.
KEEP IN MIND: We made use of Word 2013 to show this function.
To apply shading to a table, choose the parts of the table you want to shade.
The “Table Tools” tabs become available. Click the “Design” tab under “Table Tools”, if it’s not already the active tab.
In the “Table Styles” section, click “Shading”.
Select a color under “Theme Colors” or “Standard Colors” from the drop-down box. If you do not discover a shade you wish to use on the drop-down box, choose “More Colors”.
On the “Colors” dialog box, you can pick from added shades on the “Standard” tab …
… or produce your very own color on the “Custom” tab.
You can likewise tailor the look of your table using borders. We’ve additionally shown you various other means of working with and also customizing your Word tables, such as just how to reveal and hide cell gridlines in a table, freeze the dimension of the cells in a table, promptly relocate a row in a table, and also overall rows as well as columns in a table.