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You can have any hilight color you want as long as it is yellow.
You might, however, use other options to change either text or fill color. You can use conditional formatting if you only want this under specific conditions.
You can have any highlight color you want as long as it is yellow. Didn't get you? Only yellow can be used for highlighting text?
Its not special conditions, Its just I want that tab to be highlighted in my layout as it is important. Tried fill color and text highlight, it highlights or fills color in the whole tab content as well.
highlight is usually determined by the OS.
But I see what you mean. You want ONLY the tab to change color, not the part below the tab!
yeah thats what I want.
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This is where I stopped using tab panels and started using sliding panels and button bars. Several articles may help (notice the placement of the buttons can be anywhere!):
Since buttons in button bars are separate from the panels which they can control, it's very easy to style as desired. Another advantage is the ability to HIDE a button (and thus stop navigation to a panel, by script).
You can have any highlight color as long as it's yellow.
Sorry, I was plagiarizing and modifying an old joke attributed to Henry Ford. When asked what color you could have for what was then a brand new Model T, he supposedly answered that it "could be any color you want as long as it's black". Meaning that black was the only color possible from his assembly line.
In the text formatting options, the only highlight color available is yellow.
Haha, I thought it was a joke too. Cool