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Coloring Cells with Formulas in Excel

You can color cells with formulas in Excel by using the conditional formatting feature. To do this, first select the cells that you want to color. Then, go to the Home tab and click on Conditional Formatting in the Styles group. In the drop-down menu, select Highlight Cell Rules and then choose Formula Is from the list of options. Enter the formula that you want to use to color the cells in the Format Values Where This Formula Is True text box. Finally, click on the Format button and choose the color that you want to use.

You can also use conditional formatting to color cells based on their values. To do this, select the cells that you want to color and then go to the Home tab. In the Styles group, click on Conditional Formatting and then select Highlight Cell Rules from the drop-down menu. Choose Cell Value from the list of options and then enter the value that you want to use to color the cells in the Format Values Where This Formula Is True text box. Finally, click on the Format button and choose the color that you want to use.

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