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Create custom conditional formatting rules using operators and formulas

Create custom conditional formatting rules using operators and formulas: Cert Prep: Excel 2016 Microsoft Office Expert (77-728)
Create custom conditional formatting rules using operators and formulas: Cert Prep: Excel 2016 Microsoft Office Expert (77-728)

Learn how to create custom conditional formatting rules using operators such as <, >, <= or >=, and how to use formulas to create custom rules. Author Jen McBee reviews how to use operators and formulas to create rules and how to apply the result to specific cells, focusing on the options that you may encounter on the Excel 2016 MOS Expert exam.

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Business Productivity Spreadsheets Excel Microsoft Office

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