Set Conditional Formatting

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Set Conditional Formatting

This video tutorial shows how to set conditional formatting in Excel.
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  • Category: MS Excel/General Formatting

  • Submitted on: 2008-04-27 00:59:59

  • Submitted By: Devesh Khanna

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Open conditional formatting options:

* Highlight the cells you wish to format.
* In the main toolbar go to Format > Conditional Formatting.

Set the conditions:

* In the "Conditional Formatting" dialog box set Condition 1 to:
"Cell Value Is" "greater than" " 7 ".

Set the associated format:

* Press the "Format" button.
* Change the Font style to bold and the color to "red" then press the "OK" button.    More detail...

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