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Displaying Images based on a Result in Excel

There are a few ways to display images based on a result in Excel. One way is to use the Insert function to insert an image next to the cell that contains the result. Another way is to use the Conditional Formatting feature in Excel to format the cells that contain the results so that they display an image.

To use the Insert function, select the cell where you want to insert the image and click on the Insert tab. In the Insert tab, click on the Image button. This will open the Insert Picture dialog box. In the Insert Picture dialog box, navigate to where the image is saved on your computer and double click on it to insert it into the cell.

To use Conditional Formatting, select the cells that you want to format and click on the Home tab. In the Home tab, click on the Conditional Formatting button and then select Icon Sets from the drop down menu. This will open the Icon Sets dialog box. In the Icon Sets dialog box, select which icon set you want to use and then click OK.

The icons will now appear in the cells that contain results. If you want to change how many icons appear in each cell, click on the cell and then click on the Conditional Formatting button again. Select Manage Rules from the drop down menu and then select Edit Rule from the sub menu. This will open the Edit Formatting Rule dialog box.

In the Edit Formatting Rule dialog box, change how many icons appear in each cell by selecting a different number in the Show Icons drop down menu and then click OK.

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