To ensure that cells have consistent formatting throughout a grid set, The Grid 2 provides a styles system. If you are familiar with styles in Microsoft Word, this is a similar system. Styles can be used to change the shape, colour and font of cells.
When editing a cell, you can choose to give it a preset style. There are some preset styles that are always available, such as Vocab Cell and Jump Cell, or you can add your own preset styles.
Editing a preset style will change all cells that have been assigned that style. For example, if you change the background colour of the Vocab Cell preset style, the background colour of all cells using this style will change.
- Open your chosen user, browse to Edit in the menu bar at the top of The Grid 2 and select Editing Mode.
- Select a cell and press Change style from the Cell Options menu on the left side of the screen.
3. Select a Preset Style from the drop-down menu at the top of the window. You can make changes using the Style settings options below.
Occasionally, you may want a cell to have a unique style that is different from all the other cells. To do this, select Specify this cell style individually option at the top of the Cell Style window. This cell will not be affected by any changes you make to preset styles.
Last Revision: 25.10.2021