So you want to be able to find information based on different criteria like dates for deadlines, at-risk items or budget items? Learn how easy conditional formatting is to use and apply specific formatting to cells that meet certain criteria. It is most often used as color-based formatting to highlight, emphasize, or differentiate among data and information stored in a spreadsheet. You will locate, sort and remove duplicates, create drop-down lists to instantly find and highlight records on any worksheet. You will find text contained in larger text entries, locate and highlight records by date and date ranges, highlight top and bottom ranking records by value and percentage. You will trace values above or below average, apply data bars, color scales and icon sets to your data. Why learn it? Conditional formatting is a fantastic way to quickly visualize data in a spreadsheet. With conditional formatting, you can do things like highlight dates in the next 30 days, flag data entry problems, highlight rows that contain top customers, show duplicates, and more.
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