Cell Themes DownloadDownload cell themes
With Excel, you can create themes to modify the appearance of your spreadsheet by clicking a single icon. Every topic has 12 colours, two headings and body typefaces and special effect designs for shape and SmartArt. In the Page Layout page, in the Designs group, you can see that the spreadsheet below uses the default Office design.
The Home page in the Font group allows you to display the topic colors and topic fonts (Calibri Light and Calibri) of this topic. In the Page Layout page, in the Topics group, click Topics and select Badge. The Start page in the Font group allows you to display the topic colors and topic fonts (Impact and Gill Sans MT) of this topic.
On the Page Layout page, in the Designs group, click Color, customize color to make new topic color, or click Font, customize font to make new topic font. Then click Themes, Store Present Design to store your design in the Document Formats folder. Now you can use this topic in all your folders.
And you can even use this topic in Word and PowerPoint!
User-defined notebook themes for your laptop
Design your own laptops with themes from our world! Although I like my work as a scientist, he doesn't exactly take the fat home. You know, I mean... it brought home some lard... but how... not enough lard? However, a fellow contributor proposed that I include an option to donate to support user accounts for project work such as Project themes (and the upcoming Project themes that will give the user similar visibility and handling controls for Project Lab).
However, if you are looking for some more money and like to use a bundle I have designed, then any amount will help and I really appreciate it. Update/Remove/Reset: Dependent on your system, your web browsers, etc., you may need to clear your web browsers memory after you have installed a new design (-t) or tried to reset the standard (-r) for these changes to take effect.
As a minimum, you must update your web browsing windows (usually with cmd+r or ctrl+r). Installation problem: If you get an bug that says that it does not recognize it, try this fix. Choose topic..... jtplot.style() makes changes to matplotlib's jtplot files, so that the character aesthetic matches that of a selected Jupythemes styles.
Additionally to the colour schemes you can use jtplot.style() to set different character attributes (spines, grids, fontsize etc.) as well as the display of the "context" (taken from the sea). Notice that these instructions don't have to be repeated every single times you create a new chart, only once at the beginning of your laptop or whenever you want to change styles afterwards.
Per Tip: Add the following two rows to the ~/.ipython/profile_default/startup/startup.ipy in order to define the plot styles when starting a laptop automatically: Scaling the character sizes of prickles, legends, etc.