Use this form to customize the look of selected cells.
AlignmentThe alignment of content within the selected cells. The first field affects vertical alignment and the second affects horizontal alignment.
PaddingThe number of pixels of space around all sides of the content in selected cells.
Selected cells must still fit the specified size of any other cells that share the same row/column. For example, if you select all cells in one row, you can make that row height taller or shorter than the height of nonselected cells. But you can't make the width of the selected cells wider or narrower than the width of the nonselected cells that share columns with them. If you increase the space around content too much, content will wrap to keep the cell width in line with the overall column width.The width of the column in which a selected cell is located. Use the second field to specify this as a percentage of the total table width or as an absolute value in pixels.
Columns have a default minimum width. You can neither make the column narrower than that minimum, nor widen it so much that another column would become narrower than the minimum.
HorizontalSelect the checkbox to make a selected cell's bottom border visible. Set that border's width in the following field.
Borders that are part of the outside table border aren't affected.Select the checkbox to make a selected cell's right border visible. Set that border's width in the following field.
Borders that are part of the outside table border aren't affected.
Use colorThe color to use for a selected cell's background. To use anything other than white, you must select both the checkbox and the color you want.
Use Default buttonReverts formatting of selected cells to the default.