How to Use Conditional Formatting in Microsoft Excel

In: BlogDate: Jul 05, 2016By: Claire Lickman

Learn how to use conditional formatting to analyse your data in this week’s Happy Computers Tip Tuesday time saving two minute video!

Conditional formatting is a great way to quickly see which data matches a certain filter at a glance. For example, you could highlight your biggest sales to make them easily stand out.

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Claire Lickman

Claire is Digital Marketing Coordinator at Happy. She has worked at Happy since 2016, and is responsible for Happy's marketing strategy, website, social media and more. Claire first heard about Happy in 2012 when she attended a mix of IT and personal development courses. These courses were life-changing and she has been a fan of Happy ever since.

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