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Highlight the data range you want to format. Choose Format > Conditional formatting in the top menu. Choose Custom formula is rule. Enter your formula, using the $ sign to lock your column reference.
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To apply the formula to entire column, here's how: Step 1: Enter the formula into the first cell of that column, press Enter. Step 2: Select the entire column, and then go to Home tab, click Fill > Down. To apply formula to entire row: Click Home > Fill > Right.
Select all the cells where you want to enter the formula. To select non-contiguous cells, press and hold the Ctrl key. Press F2 to enter the edit mode. Input your formula in one cell, and press Ctrl + Enter instead of Enter. That's it!
You can even conditionally format a row based on the text in one of the cells in the row. Select the cells you want to apply conditional formatting to. Click the first cell in the range, and then drag to the last cell. Click HOME > Conditional Formatting > Highlight Cells Rules > Text that Contains.
Select the entire dataset (A2:F17 in this example). Click the Home tab. In the Styles group, click on Conditional Formatting. Click on 'New Rules'. In the 'New Formatting Rule' dialog box, click on 'Use a formula to determine which cells to format'.
On your computer, open a spreadsheet in Google Sheets. Select the range you want to format, for example, columns A:E. Click Format Conditional formatting. Under the "Format cells if" drop-down menu, click Custom formula is.
Select the cells that you want to format (A2:D4 in this example) On the Ribbon's Home tab, click Conditional Formatting, then click New Rule. In the New Formatting Rule window, click Use a Formula to Determine Which Cells to Format.
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