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Deleting a conditional formatting rule

Deleting a conditional formatting rule: Excel 2013: Pivot Tables
Deleting a conditional formatting rule: Excel 2013: Pivot Tables

Conditional formatting makes the data in your PivotTable more comprehensive. But sometimes you may want to remove one or more of the conditional formatting in an existing PivotTable. You can do this by deleting a conditional formatting rule or by simply applying changes without deleting the rule. This online Microsoft Excel 2013 video teaches you how to use the Conditional Formatting Rules Manager to do this.

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Skill Level Intermediate
4h 20m
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Business IT Spreadsheets Excel

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