How do you Highlite the active cell? Currently, the active cell has a light green line around it that is very hard to see. Can't you do be
High light the active cell with something more visible than your light green line.
Red would stand out if they would do it for us. It should be a default and it is hard to see the cell you want.
Gareth Hayter commented
FormulaDesk Navigator (disclosure: my add-in) adds this feature and also allows you to customise the highlighting (arrows, row/column highlighting, border, colors, transparency, line-thickness etc. It might prove useful until Microsoft adds this feature natively. Please let me know if you'd like to see any other features.
Any answer yet from Windows Support about this topic?
With I.B.M. system 36 in the 90's we were able to select a cross-hair which showed where the cursor was. Why not now? Sometimes it looks like we are coming backwards.
Michael Messerschmidt commented
It is a nightmare to see the thin greenish line when active cells has an activated, darker, thicker borderline or all cells show border lines.
Make it fat, blinking, easy to recognize.
I am curious why this isn't a standard option.
Agreed. Excel 2016 choices are all much harder to see than previous versions that I have used. 2010 and earlier. Let us pick the color that works for us. It can't be that hard.