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Using color scales to display relative differences

Using color scales to display relative differences: Excel 2016: Conditional Formatting in Depth
Using color scales to display relative differences: Excel 2016: Conditional Formatting in Depth

Color scales display a range of cell color backgrounds based on cell value—making your data easy to spot. From a Green - Yellow - Red Color Scale to more subtle tones, there are 12 color combination options available.

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Business Spreadsheets Excel Microsoft Office

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