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Select the cells that contain a fill color or fill pattern. For more information on selecting cells in a worksheet, see Select cells, ranges, rows, or columns on a worksheet. On the Home tab, in the Font group, click the arrow next to Fill Color, and then click No Fill.
Select the range of cells that contain the error value. On the Home tab, in the Styles group, click the arrow next to Conditional Formatting and then click Manage Rules. Click New Rule. Under Select a Rule Type, click Format only cells that contain.
Select the range of cells in a column where some of the cells contain errors. Click the Home tab in the Ribbon and select Conditional Formatting in the Styles group. Select New Rule from the menu. Click Use a formula to determine which cells to format. Click Format.
Select the desired cells for the conditional formatting rule. From the Home tab, click the Conditional Formatting command. Hover the mouse over the desired conditional formatting type, then select the desired rule from the menu that appears. A dialog box will appear.
Highlight the cell in the row that indicates inventory, our Units in Stock column. Click Conditional Formatting. Select Highlight Cells Rules, then choose the rule that applies to your needs. In this example, select Less Than. Fill out the Less Than dialog box and choose a formatting style from the dropdown.
The answer is yes and no. Any conditional formatting argument must generate a TRUE result, meaning that at a literal level, your conditional formatting rule is an If/Then statement along the lines of If this condition is TRUE, THEN format the cell this way.
Select the table or range where you want to change the background color of cells. Navigate to the Home tab, Styles group, and choose Conditional Formatting > New Rule.
Select the first cell you want to highlight. Click Home -> Conditional Formatting -> Manage Rules -> New Rule. Select Use a formula to determine which cells to format. In the field Format values where this formula is true, enter =ISNA($B6) . Click Format to set the cell formatting, then select OK.
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