Choosing the right formatting is important to both your analysis and your presentation. You can change the formatting for almost everything you see on a worksheet, including fonts, shading, alignment, borders, and graph lines. For example, in a text table, you can add banded shading to help you visually separate consecutive groups of rows or fields.
In a scatter view with reference lines, you can change the line thickness and color. All of these settings can be changed using the Format pane. You can specify format settings for the entire worksheet, all rows, or all fields. You can also format individual parts of the view. For example, you can format a single field, resize cells and tables, and edit individual axes.