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Use Conditional Formatting to highlight formula cells only

Use Conditional Formatting to highlight formula cells only: Excel for Mac 2016 Tips and Tricks
Use Conditional Formatting to highlight formula cells only: Excel for Mac 2016 Tips and Tricks

To keep track of which cells on a worksheet have formulas, select the entire worksheet and use Conditional Formatting, selecting the option to create a New Rule. Then, use a formula to determine which cells to format; =ISFORMULA(A1). Then select a format to be applied to all cells that meet this criterion.

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Business Spreadsheets Excel for Mac

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