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How to enable Dark Mode in Google Sheets

Google Sheets lets you use a dark background that does not tire your eyes too much. We will show you how to enable the dark feature in Google Sheets on Android, iPhone and PC.

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How to enable Dark Mode on Google Sheets on Android and iPhone

It is quite easy to switch to dark mode in Google Sheets on your smartphone. To do this, open the Google Sheets app on Android or iPhone and tap the three-line menu in the upper-left corner of the screen.

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To activate the dark mode from the three-line menu, select "Settings".

In the Google Sheets settings on iPhone, select "Theme". On Android, this option is called "Choose Theme".

Click "Dark" in the Theme settings to switch to dark mode in Google Sheets on your smartphone.

After enabling the dark mode in Google Sheets, you can view individual documents in a light color theme in the application. You do not need to go to the light theme throughout the application if you just want to control the appearance of a spreadsheet with a light background. To do this, open any spreadsheet in the Google Sheets app on Android or iPhone and tap the three-dot icon in the upper-right corner of the screen.

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This opens the preferences window for your Google Sheets spreadsheet. Select the switch next to "View In Light Theme" to view the spreadsheet with a light background.

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If you want to return to dark mode, turn the switch next to "View In Light Theme" one more time.

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How to enable Dark Mode on Google Sheets on Desktop

Although Google Sheets does not officially support dark desktop mode, you can enable it using Google Chrome flags.

Before you get started, keep in mind that this method will force darkening on all sites, not just Google Sheets. Open Google Chrome on Windows, Mac, or Linux, and in the address bar at the top of the window, type chrome: // flags.

Click the search box at the top of the Chrome flags page and search for "Force Dark Mode".

In the search results, you will see "Force Dark Mode For Web Contents". On the right side of this result, click the "Default" button to display a drop-down menu.

Select "Enabled" in the drop-down menu to enforce dark mode on all sites you visit in Google Chrome.

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The last step is to restart the browser. Chrome will show you a warning asking you to restart your browser to apply the changes. Make sure you have no work saved in other open tabs or browser windows, and then click the blue "Relaunch" button.

This is! You can open the Google Sheets website and enjoy the dark mode. The background will be dark and the font color will be white.

Source of information: howtogeek.com

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