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Conditional Formatting with lots of data


Conditional Formatting with lots of data

By : Deepika Sehgal Rekhi
Date : November 28 2020, 09:01 AM
Does that help METHOD 1 - Conditional Formatting Only
The easiest way to do this, using Conditional Formatting is as follows:
code :
=IF(AND(G2="Yes",H2=""),"True")
=IF(AND(G2="Yes",H2="NO"),"True")
=IF(AND(G2="Yes",H2="YES"),"True")
=IF(AND(B2="Yes",C2=""), "Yellow",IF(AND(B2="Yes",C2="No"), "Red",
IF(AND(B2="Yes",C2="Yes"), "Green")))


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Conditional formatting with data validations

Conditional formatting with data validations


By : Anthony Cuellar
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
With these it helps Please try =B1="DONE" for the alternative colour and for the +/-7 days:
code :
=and(A1<today()+7,A1>today()-7) 
Using conditional formatting to alternate the formatting of data by category

Using conditional formatting to alternate the formatting of data by category


By : Nathan Kolet
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
wish of those help Please select ColumnsA:D and HOME > Styles - Conditional Formatting, New Rule..., Use a formula to determine which cells to format and Format values where this formula is true::
code :
=ISEVEN(SUMPRODUCT(1/COUNTIF($C$1:$C1,$C$1:$C1)))
Conditional Formatting of grouped Data in R

Conditional Formatting of grouped Data in R


By : martian
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I wish this helpful for you , We can using any
code :
test3<-df%>%
     group_by(UPRN, Start.Date)%>%
     dplyr::mutate(Any_Disability = ifelse(any(Disability=="Y"), "Y","N"))
test3
# A tibble: 8 x 5
# Groups:   UPRN, Start.Date [5]
   UPRN Start.Date   End.Date Disability Any_Disability
  <int>      <chr>      <chr>      <chr>          <chr>
1     1 2006-12-20  17-NOV-17          Y              Y
2     1 2006-12-20  17-NOV-17          N              Y
3     2 1991-12-06       <NA>          N              N
4     2 1991-12-06       <NA>          N              N
5     3 1991-04-29 2015-04-21          N              N
6     3 2015-04-22       <NA>          Y              Y
7     4 2005-02-15       <NA>          Y              Y
8     4 2005-02-15       <NA>          N              Y
Data Bar calculated from another cell (Conditional Formatting)

Data Bar calculated from another cell (Conditional Formatting)


By : Thomas
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I hope this helps . Unfortunately, data bars need to get their data from the cell in which they exist.
However, a couple workarounds/alternate methods:
How can I compare queried data with input data in excel, and then use that comparison in a conditional formatting rule?

How can I compare queried data with input data in excel, and then use that comparison in a conditional formatting rule?


By : user3331207
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
it should still fix some issue From my experience this may be the workaround: If double-clicking on the cell "triggers" excel to reformat the value in the cell, then you can quickly force a column to reformat itself by using the "Text to Columns" function under the Data tab. Try highlighting the column on the 'data' sheet that is reformatting after you double-click. Once highlighted go to Data->Text to Columns->Make sure delimited is selected->then press "finish".
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