Excel eyestrain from glare of white background...
There needs to be an option to reduce the default Excel white worksheet color to gray or beige.
Please don't suggest using the Windows 'High contrast mode', which is worse. High contrast helps people who need the added contrast for legibility.
But for reduced eyestrain, LOWER contrast is needed. A grayish or beige background should be an option for the worksheet cell area -- better yet, allow the user to select their ideal color from a color picker.
It's ridiculous that there's a dozen different options for "background" like "Calligraphy", and 3 different options for "theme" (Colorful, Gray, White), but none of those affect the screen/worksheet area itself, just the title bar!
There are many people looking for a way out of the white glare, just need options to tone it down. Windows "High Contrast" mode is not a solution for this.
This isn't rocket science, please fix it ASAP. It was possible to do under Windows 7, which allowed you to set a default window color systemwide. Win 10 takes that away.
Get a clue you inbred mustard sandwich eating glue sniffers
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