The CPU (118) generates a user interface screen for an electronic program guide such that the time slot located in the left direction and the time slot located in the right direction with respect to a selected program cell are displayed in dark blue, while other time slots are displayed in light blue.
When you work with cell text, keep in mind that you can also use supporting or line item detail to add comments to can use supporting detail to build and communicate bottom-up values, such as travel, for which you need to calculate aggregate values. Cells that contain text are indicated by a dark blue border around the cell.
In this clip, a gradient fill effect that varies from orange in one corner to indigo in the opposite corner creates the sunset. The buildings use a horizontal gradient fill effect that darkens near the base of the buildings to mimic the light at dusk.
You can change the color of text by selecting a color from your publication's color scheme or by selecting a new color, tint, or shade. For example, you can change the tint from deep blue to powder blue by adding white, or you can change the shade from powder blue to blue-black by adding black.