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Highlighting the top or bottom values in a PivotTable

Highlighting the top or bottom values in a PivotTable: Excel 2013: Pivot Tables
Highlighting the top or bottom values in a PivotTable: Excel 2013: Pivot Tables

You need the right balance between design and data usage in order to present your project effectively. You can use Conditional Formats and Custom Formats in Excel 2013 to manage certain strategies by highlighting the top or bottom values in a PivotTable. Increase your collection of tips and tricks with some much needed guidance from this training video.

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Business IT Spreadsheets Excel

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