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Hi Tim,

Have you tried to select the cell by itself before trying to change its
color? Changing the color of one cell is sometimes a bit tricky.
First, position your cursor in the cell and do Table > Select > Cell,
followed by Table > Properties > Background. From there you should be
able to select the color.

Note that I am using LO 7.2 on Fedora downloaded  from the LO site. I
seem to remember some past issues with table formatting in previous
versions but I am not sure if it dealt with text or table formatting.

I hope this helps.

Le jeudi 27 janvier 2022 à 14:02 -0900, Tim Johnson a écrit :
version on ubuntu linux

I am unable to change the background color of a table cell, once an 
initial color is selected.
I suspect that this may be solved by modifying text highlighting.

However I am unable to find any way to turn on or off text
No icon appears to be present that would control such a process. I
looked through all of the drop down menus and so far, have not found
appropriate control.

Any help would be most welcome.



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