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Apply conditional formatting to cells

Apply conditional formatting to cells: Office 2016 for Educators
Apply conditional formatting to cells: Office 2016 for Educators

One way for educators to use Microsoft Excel is to create spreadsheets that help track student progress, whether to track student grades or progress on something else such as returned forms, 21st century skills, or additional certifications. Microsoft Excel allows you to format cells to follow certain algorithmic rules. You can set parameters that cause certain cells to appear yellow, or other customizations. This allows educators to quickly identify students who need additional support or are improving their performance.

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