Excel Conditional Formatting - Getting started with five examples

Posted on:  01/11/2022
Excel Conditional Formatting - Getting started with five examples Conditional Formatting is one of Excel's best features. I use it daily. In this short video, I'll get you started using Conditional Formatting. We will look at using five easy Conditional Formatting features. We will use Conditional Formatting with text, numbers, above average, top 10 and look how to clear rules.
Excel Conditional Formatting

Excel Conditional Formatting

Tips for Conditional Formatting

  • Tip 1 - Equal To
  • Tip 2 - Data Bars
  • Tip 3 - Above Average
  • Tip 4 - Clear Rules
  • Tip 5 - Top 10
  • Bonus tip
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