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Use Conditional Formatting based on comparison criteria

Use Conditional Formatting based on comparison criteria: Excel for Mac 2016: Tips and Tricks
Use Conditional Formatting based on comparison criteria: Excel for Mac 2016: Tips and Tricks

Not only can you use Conditional Formatting to highlight cells based on commonly used comparisons, (greater then, less than, between, etc.) but you can create your own formulas, such as: comparing values in different columns, comparing cells with a target cell, comparing cells with complex IF criteria, and many more.

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Business Spreadsheets Excel for Mac Microsoft Office

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