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Unfortunately there is no direct way to apply conditional formatting to a shape in Excel. However, there are a few simple workarounds that can get the job done.
Unfortunately there is no direct way to apply conditional formatting to a shape in Excel. However, there are a few simple workarounds that can get the job done.
Under Drawing Tools, on the Format tab, in the Insert Shapes group, click Edit Shape . If you do not see the Drawing Tools or Format tabs, make sure that you selected a shape. Point to Change Shape, and then click the shape that you want.
Select the shape you want to fill. Make sure the Format tab of the ribbon is selected. In the Shape Styles group, click the Shape Fill tool. ... From the color menu, select the color you want to use. If you do not see your desired color displayed, click on More Fill Colors to display a wider selection of choices.
Add your drawing shape as you normally would. Right-click the new drawing shape. Excel displays a Context menu. Choose Edit Text from the Context menu. ... Type your desired text. Click somewhere outside the boundaries of the drawing shape, such as within a cell of the worksheet.
When you select a shape, Excel appears a Drawing Tools toolbar: Under Drawing Tools, on the Format tab, in the Shape Styles group, click the launch pad: Right-click on the selected shape and choose Format Shape... in popup menu: In the Format Shape pane, choose format options:
On the Home tab, in the Styles group, click Conditional Formatting > New Rule (see step 2 of How to dynamically change a cell color based on value for step-by-step guidance). In the "New Formatting Rule" dialog, select the option "Use a formula to determine which cells to format".
In a worksheet, select the range of cells in which you'll be entering negative percentages. On the Home tab, click Conditional Formatting > New Rule. In the New Formatting Rule box, select Format only cells that contain. In the Edit the Rule Description popup, in Format only cells with, select less than.
Answer: If you wish to change the color of the font based on the value in a cell, you will need to apply conditional formatting. To do this, select the cell that you wish to apply the formatting to. In this example, we've selected cell B8. Select the Home tab in the toolbar at the top of the screen.
Our Conditional Formatting rule, then only has to look for the text string YES and apply the formatting when true. Highlight the cell range, Click on Conditional Formatting > Highlight Cell Rules > Text that Contains to create the Rule, then type YES in the Text that Contains dialog box.
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