EXCEL Conditional Formatting

If the value in cell satisfies a user-specified condition, use the Conditional formatting it is possible to allocate this cell (for example, change its background). In this article, go ahead - will highlight the entire table row containing this cell.

Conditional formatting is one of the most useful tools in EXCEL. The ability to use it can save the user a lot of time and effort.

Use Conditional formatting to highlight every other row in the table.

using Conditional formatting possible to distinguish data belonging to different groups.

Set Conditional formatting to highlight only duplicate values in the list.

Set Conditional formatting to highlight only the distinct values in the list.

Set Conditional formatting to highlight only unique (different) values in a column.

Set Conditional formatting to highlight only the duplicates. Unique values will not be selected.

Set Conditional formatting to highlight duplicate values that are repeated 3 or 4 times.

Sometimes you want to hide the cell error value: #VALUE!, #REF!, #DIV/0!, #NUM!, #NAME? Do this a few ways.

To build a simple histogram, you can use a non-standard technique: the formation of a column chart with a sequence of special characters.