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set the fill color of a cell to the whole row
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Hi,

I got a word file with some tables. And some table cells contain fill color. I want to set the same fill color for other cells in that rows. But I can't find the excet color for that. How can I do this? Thanks. it's word 2010.



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Step 1 : Select the Table that already filled with the desired color
Step 2 : Click on the "Design Tab"
Step 3 : On the drop down menu of "Shading" , Choose "More Colours"
Step 4 : On the pop up window chose "Custom"
   
Step 5: Note down the RGB Value and use the same values for the all the rows in the table. This will copy the Exact same color.

Thank you Wink

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Hello,

You can get the RGB value of table cell manually as Srini say above . You can also press “Shift+ F1” to open the “Reveal Formatting” pane to see the RGB value.

If you are similar to VBA, a macro will help a lot.

Sub ApplyColorOfOneCellToEntireRow()
Dim nRowIndex As Integer
Dim nCellForeColor As Long
Dim nCellBackColor As Long

If Selection.Information(wdWithInTable) = True Then
nRowIndex = Selection.Cells(1).RowIndex
nCellBackColor = Selection.Cells(1).Shading.BackgroundPatternColor
nCellForeColor = Selection.Cells(1).Shading.ForegroundPatternColor
Else
MsgBox ("Please put your cursor inside a cell.")
Exit Sub
End If
With Selection.Tables(1).Rows(nRowIndex).Shading
.BackgroundPatternColor = nCellBackColor
.ForegroundPatternColor = nCellForeColor
End With
End Sub

Here is a article with detailed steps, you can see at

https://www.datanumen.com/blogs/5-method...umn-table/

Good luck



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