You can make the data on your worksheets more visible by changing the font color. Here's how:
Select the cell or range of cells that has the data you want to format.
Click Home > Font Color arrow .
Under Theme Colors or Standard Colors, pick a color.
Tip: To apply the most recently selected text color, click Home > Font Color.
Apply a custom color
If you want a specific font color, here's how you can blend your custom color:
Click Home > Font Color arrow > More Colors.
On the Custom tab, in the Colors box, select the color you want.
If you know the color numbers of a specific color, pick RGB (Red, Green, Blue) or HSL (Hue, Sat, Lum) in the Color model box, and then enter the numbers to match the exact color shade you want.
Tip: To quickly copy a font color you used to other cells, select a cell with that font color, and double-click Format Painter . Then click the cells you want to format. When you're done, click Format Painter again to turn it off.