Excel exercises on CONDITIONAL FORMATTING

This page lists the 7 exercises about Conditional formatting in Excel on our website:

Software: Excel
Version: Excel 2010 and later
Topic: Conditional formatting
Level: Relatively easy
Courses: Excel Business ModellingExcel Intermediate
Exercise: Use conditional formatting in Microsoft Excel 2007 to highlight successful salespeople.

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Software: Excel
Version: Excel 2016 and later
Topic: Conditional formatting
Level: Average difficulty
Courses: Excel Business ModellingExcel Intermediate
Exercise: Using conditional formatting to highlight values according to criteria.

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Software: Excel
Version: Excel 2016 and later
Topic: Conditional formatting
Level: Average difficulty
Courses: Excel Business ModellingExcel Intermediate
Exercise: Colour and format rows of data according to the values in cells.

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Software: Excel
Version: Excel 2010 and later
Topic: Conditional formatting
Level: Average difficulty
Courses: Excel Business ModellingExcel Intermediate
Exercise: Use Microsoft Excel 2007 to conditionally format your dates.

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Software: Excel
Version: Excel 2010 and later
Topic: Conditional formatting
Level: Average difficulty
Courses: Excel Business ModellingExcel Intermediate
Exercise: Use the Conditional Formatting within Microsoft Excel 2007 to visually transform your data.

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Software: Excel
Version: Excel 2010 and later
Topic: Conditional formatting
Level: Average difficulty
Courses: Excel Business ModellingExcel Intermediate
Exercise: Use Microsoft Excel 2007 to conditionally format your data.

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Software: Excel
Version: Excel 2010 and later
Topic: Conditional formatting
Level: Average difficulty
Courses: Excel Business ModellingExcel Intermediate
Exercise: Use the updated Conditinal Formatting features of MS Excel 2007 to apply a Traffic Light Scheme to your Sales Reps Percentages.

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