Changes the color of the cell or a range of cells using a color variable.



  • Color - The color stored as a System.Drawing.Color variable.


  • Range - The cell range whose could would be changed.

  • Worksheet - The name of the sheet to be selected.


  • ContinueOnError - The Boolean value to specify whether to continue executing the next activities even if there is an error thrown on this activity.


  • DisplayName - Renames the activity.


  1. Create a Color variable called color.
  2. Add an Excel Sequence inside a Sequence.
  3. In the File Path, search for and then select the Spreadsheet that would be used by, first, clicking the browse button.
  4. Add a Set Range Color activity inside the Excel Sequence, and in the Color field under Properties, add color. Since the default value is not provided, its value is color black.
  5. In the Worksheet field, write "Employees".
  6. In the Range field, write "A9:A10"

    The use case should look as the following screenshot:

After the execution, the color of cells from A9:A10 should be colored as black.