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Conditional Formatting Spreadsheets

Spreadsheets can be used for so many things, and one of my favorite features is conditional formatting. Basically, you can tell the sheet to do something if something else is happening in the sheet. If you like to use spreadsheets but want to take your spreadsheet experience to the next level, try looking into conditional formatting. A search can bring back a lot of helpful results and ways to use it.

Some ways I've used conditional formatting in the past:

  • Cross out an entire row once I've put "yes", "x", "y", etc. in a cell (my favorite!!! great for keeping track of tasks!!)
  • Highlight entire rows with certain words or values
  • Highlight individual cells with certain words or values

Check it out!

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