Nobody likes viewing the same old white and green background in their Google Sheets report. Not only is it quite bland, but it also doesn’t incite excitement while creating the reports too.
What if we said that you can change that? What if we said that you can customize a theme in Google Sheets to spruce up the look of your reports?
Google Sheets is not just for data entry and citing formulas, this application is a hidden beast from the Google toolkit that allows you to achieve a lot more than you anticipate. The Themes feature in Google Sheets allows you to customize the themes and look of the spreadsheet that you are working with. Sounds like a dream, doesn’t it?
To be fair, the choices aren’t limited to one or two. There are multiple presets for you to choose from and this post will walk you through how to use and customize a theme in Google sheets.
Steps to Use and Customize a Theme in Google Sheets:
- Open Google Sheets:
2. Now, navigate to the toolbar and select Format > Themes:
3. A side panel will open with different options, chose any one of the themes you like:
4. You can also customize the themes by clicking on the “customize” option:
5. You can change the color and font options from the option here: