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Here are the basic techniques to get the effects you're looking for. You need to use a table tool to apply the formatting and then a render tool to write the files. As an example, here's the configuration of the row rule to create alternating row colours
Another options is to output to an Excel file that already has the formatting applied to a named range. This option is only in newer Alteryx versions (2020.2 and up, I think)