Use banded rows, apply theme, change color in headings and name column
- [Voiceover] Now that we've created…the resource overview report,…let's start editing each of the elements within it.…I'm going to select the resource status area first.…In the resource status area,…I can change the style of the table itself…by going to the design area,…and I can select one of the…pre-designed table designs that are available.…So I'm going to select the blue design,…instead of the gray one that's currently selected,…and that will give me a little bit…more formatting on the blue area.…
As you can see,…the groupings did not change colors…to be sort of a highlighted line.…Now I would also like to modify them as well,…so in that particular chart,…I'm going to select that line and select format shape.…In the line itself, I can format individual cells,…or the complete line itself.…So I'll select a blue piece, and as you can see,…I can change that cell itself.…I want the whole line formatted that way,…so I'll click and drag across the whole line…and change that to a blue, light blue color.…
I'll repeat that for the other lines within the table.…
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- Working with the Report Designer
- Editing templates
- Building resource and team member reports
- Inserting graphs and charts
- Building executive management reports
- Developing a report center
- Creating a milestone dashboard