How to change font color for part of text in cell in Excel?
For changing the font color for part of text in a cell, the following methods can help you.
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You can do as follows to change font color for part of text in a cell.
1. Select the cell you need to change the font color for part of text, then press the F2 key to enter the edit mode. Or you can just double click the cell you want to change.
2. Select the part of text you want to change its font color, and click Home > Font, then choose a font color from the drop-down list. See screenshot:
Then the font color of selected part of text in cell is changed to the color you specified.
The Superscript / Subscript feature of Kutools for Excel can also help you to change the font color for part of text in selected cell.
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1. Select the cell you need to change font color for part of text, then click Kutools > Formatting > Superscript / Subscript. See screenshot:
2. In the Superscript / Subscript Formatting dialog box, please select the character, and specify a font color in the Color drop down list one by one for the used characters, and then click the OK button.
Note: Check the In-cell preview box, you can preview the formatting in selected cell instantly.
Now the font color for part of text of selected cell is changed to the color you specified above.