Excel panel charts are usually created by taking more than one area chart and lining them up so they look like one chart. In this video you can see how you can set up one of the panels and then use some pretty cool cut and pasting techniques to line the charts up to start to form a panel chart. Once you have one of the charts set up you will see it is easy to copy and change the necessary details for each panel. There is a very cool top at 4 minutes that shows you just how easy [More]
With the job of reviewing videos for this site there are times when you have a “I did not know Excel could do that” moments. ┬áThis is one of these moments as the video below shows you a right click menu for comments that I did not know existed. By default Excel will put Yellow Comment boxes up – but now with the information in this video you can have red, amber, green (or indeed any other color) to show how important the notes are in each Excel Comment Box. Very simple when you know how – but if you [More]
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See how to add conditional formatting for: 1)Data Bars to show relative size 2)Icons to show relative size 3)Highlight values within 1 standard deviation 4)Highlight MIN in column with a TRUE FALSE formula 5)Highlight MAX in column with a TRUE FALSE formula 6)Highlight two largest values with a TRUE FALSE formula 7)Highlight a of values with a TRUE FALSE formula 8)Highlight a column of values with a TRUE FALSE formula 9)Highlight an intersection with a TRUE FALSE formula 10)Learn about Stop If True 11)Learn about the order of the TRUE FALSE formulas 12)Apply more than 1 conditional formatting This is [More]
Excel! See how to add Conditional Formatting to a whole row of data. See that the formula for this is a True/False formula. Then see how as you change the input, the conditional formatting magically updates! See how to do this lightening fast with keyboard short cuts!
www.gcflearnfree.org Imagine you have a spreadsheet with thousands of rows of data. It would be extremely difficult to see patterns and trends just from examining the raw data. Excel gives us several tools that will make this task easier. One of these tools is called conditional formatting. With conditional formatting, you can apply formatting to one or more cells based on the value of the cell. You can highlight interesting or unusual cell values, and visualize the data using formatting such as colors, icons, and data bars. In this lesson, you will learn how to apply, modify, and remove conditional [More]
One of the tutorials from www.the-tutorial-library.com This introduction to conditional formatting shows how it can be used to highlight values in a financial spreadsheet
 
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