Excel Themes and Colors

Excel Themes and Colors

Themes provide a unified look with named styles, graphical effects and other objects used in a workbook. For example, the Accent1 style, for example, looks different in the Office and the Apex themes. Often, you apply a document theme and then amend it to how you want it.

Aspose.Cells provides features for customizing themes and colors.

Get and Set Theme Colors

Below are a few methods and properties that implement theme colors.

The following example shows how to get and set theme colors.

The following example uses a template XLSX file, gets the colors for different theme color types, changes the colors and saves the Microsoft Excel file.

Customize Themes

The following example shows how to apply custom themes with your desired colors. We use a sample template file manually created in Microsoft Excel 2007.

The following example loads a template XLSX file, defines colors for different theme color types, applies the custom colors and saves the excel file.

Use Theme Colors

The following example applies a cell’s foreground and font colors based on the default theme (of the workbook) color types. It also saves the excel file to disk.