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Excel Conditional Formatting Ninja (Basics to Formula based)
Excel Conditional Formatting Ninja (Basics to Formula based)
MP4 | Video: AVC 1280x720 | Audio: AAC 44KHz 2ch | Duration: 32M | Lec: 9 | 214 MB
Genre: eLearning | Language: English

Learn Advanced Excel Conditional Formatting to highlight cells based on user defined numeric range & complex conditional
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Automating cell formatting using dynamic conditions help keep an MIS report more user-friendly and functional. This section focuses on Conditional Formatting to highlight cells/ranges with:

Actual vs. Budget Comparison through Arrows
Conditional Formatting with Drop-down list based Input
Data Bars, Color Scales, Icon Sets
Blanks, Errors, Values, Duplicates
Formula based (Colored rows based in user input)
Formula based with AND-2-way input Coloring
Formula based with COUNTIFS-Highlighting inputs if from restricted list
User defined complex conditional logic
We have 7 videos of duration 30 mins. Through practical examples, You'll learn Ninja level application on Excel Conditional Formatting Ninja (Basics to Formula-based)

Your Question-Why should I take this mini-course on Excel?

Our Response-Because we cover the following -

Conditional Formatting is one of the most visually appealing techniques in Excel. It is used extensively to create management dashboards, budget & forecast models.

Example-If you have an MIS Data and you wish to focus on one Element/ Department at a time then you should use Conditional formatting to colour a cell or row based on condition.

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Tags: Conditional, Formatting, Basics, Formula

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