Excel 2013 Tutorial – Conditional Formatting (data bars,color scales,icon sets)

Excel 2013 Tutorial - Conditional Formatting (data bars,color scales,icon sets)

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5 responses to “Excel 2013 Tutorial – Conditional Formatting (data bars,color scales,icon sets)”

  1. soundboy89 says:

    Awesome, just what I needed. Short and to the point, something that’s sadly
    not very common in video tutorials.

  2. Ahmed Yusuf says:

    hi , thanks for the video , actually what am looking for is how to make
    data bar increase accordingly with the percentage increase in conditional
    formatting , my example is the following :
    the recent % is 8% , i want the data bar to increase accordingly if the
    percentage reaches 50% or 60% till the 100% .
    thanks, 

  3. David Dann says:

    What if I want to use conditional formatting to highlight a range of cells
    and not just highlight the cell where the value or formula is located? For
    example, I would like to highlight not just the cell under Grade but also
    the corresponding Student.

  4. BloodyHarry456 says:

    perfect!thank you

  5. Hun Kim says:

    You’re welcome BloodyHarry456 🙂

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