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Chapter 11. Working with Math Functions > Creating Ledger Shading

Creating Ledger Shading

Ledger shading is formatting in which rows alternate cell shading between a light color and a slightly darker color (for example, white and light gray). This type of shading is often seen in checkbook registers and account ledgers, but it's also useful in any worksheet that presents data in rows because it makes it easier to differentiate each row from its neighbors. Figure 11.2 shows an example.

Figure 11.2. This worksheet uses ledger shading for a checkbook register.



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