Conditional Formatting in Excel

Make your data easier to read.

With Conditional Formatting, you can highlight the data with a certain colour or style based on cell values. For example, you can highlight the sales above RM8000 by creating a certain rule. You also can find duplicated items, hide errors, compare two lists, etc. Conditional Formatting is a powerful feature and can do more than many people realize.

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