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Conditional Formatting in Excel

Conditional formatting in Excel allows you to highlight cells that meet certain criteria. For example, you could use conditional formatting to highlight all cells that are greater than 100. To do this, you would first select the cells that you want to format. Then, you would go to the Home tab and click on the Conditional Formatting button. A drop-down menu will appear. From here, you would select Highlight Cell Rules and then Greater Than.

You can also use conditional formatting to format entire rows or columns based on the values in a single cell. To do this, you would select the entire row or column that you want to format. Then, you would go to the Home tab and click on the Conditional Formatting button. A drop-down menu will appear. From here, you would select Format Only Top or Bottom Rows and then Top 10 Items.

There are many other things that you can do with conditional formatting in Excel. For more information, please see the following link: https://support.office.com/en-us/article/Conditional-formatting-rules-e0012414-d171-4c2b-8f5a-60c07bf5bd42

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