WISE OWL EXERCISES
- Creating formulae (5)
- Formatting worksheets (7)
- Basic printing (7)
- Charts (10)
- Absolute references (9)
- Range names (13)
- Conditional formulae (16)
- Conditional formatting (7)
- Basic tables (6)
- Formatting numbers and dates (3)
- Working with dates (1)
- Data validation (6)
- Protection (1)
- Advanced IFs (5)
- Lookup functions (14)
- Advanced lookup functions (9)
- Text functions (1)
- Advanced charts (4)
- Multiple worksheets (1)
- Advanced tables (2)
- Pivot tables (3)
- Advanced pivot tables (3)
- Scenarios (2)
- Data tables (2)
- Array formulae (2)
- Building models (2)
- Masking (2)
- Cashflow calculations (1)
- Investment appraisal (1)
Excel | Conditional formatting exercise | Cond Formats exam stats
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Open the file contained within the folder name shown above.
Here is the top part of the spreadsheet:
We want to add conditional formats according to certain criteria.
Apply conditional formatting using the information on row 28 as the criteria for each column:
Add the conditional formatting using the criteria here.
Your formatted worksheet should look similar to the example below:
You can have too many conditional formats!
Use Save As... to save the file in your own new Excel work folder.