Tuesday, 15 March 2016

How to Indicate Greater Than or Less Than Values in MS Excel (Excel 2007-2016)

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1.       Select entire data value cells

2.       Click on “Home” and click on “Conditional Formatting”
How to Indicate or Highlight Greater Than or Less Than Values in MS Excel (Excel 2007-2016)

3.       You have lot of option to highlight or indicate values like “Data Bars” “Color scales” or “Icon Sets”, choose anyone and apply.

4.       If you want to apply this to other cells, select one cell and drag down or left with mouse.

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