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Hi I want to use conditional formatting for 4 cell and where they have - value too. So, I want anything in the range which are in - in a colour and positive in one single colour. How can that happen so can anyone please help me on it?

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1. First you have to select the range of cells where you want to apply conditional formatting 2. You have to select conditional formatting from Home tab in Excel window 3. There will be many categories, You have to select right one for ex: highlight cell rules==.>greater than etc., a dialog box will...
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1. First you have to select the range of cells where you want to apply conditional formatting 2. You have to select conditional formatting from Home tab in Excel window 3. There will be many categories, You have to select right one for ex: highlight cell rules==.>greater than etc., a dialog box will come 4. you have to give the value which should be highlight in ex: greater than text box, after that you have to select colors or formats or other wise if you want to choose custom color means; 5. You have to select custom format, from there choose any color from fill tab 6. Then press OK read less
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To create a conditional formatting rule: Step1. Select the desired cells for the conditional formatting rule. Step2. From the Home tab, click the Conditional Formatting command. Step 3. However the mouse over the desired conditional formatting type, then select the desired rule from the menu that appears. Step...
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To create a conditional formatting rule: Step1. Select the desired cells for the conditional formatting rule. Step2. From the Home tab, click the Conditional Formatting command. Step 3. However the mouse over the desired conditional formatting type, then select the desired rule from the menu that appears. Step 4. A dialog box will appear.Enter the desired value(s) into the blank field. Step 5. Select a formatting style from the drop-down menu Result : The conditional formatting will be applied to the selected cells. read less
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Go to Condition Formatting tab and select the options according to your requirement.
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Select the range that you want to add Conditional Formatting. Use the second option in New Rule="Format Only cell that contains" in the edit rule description Cell Value > Greater than > 0 likewise add the Second Rule to get the negative value.
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To add Conditional formatting for the particular query you may require more than one condition to satisfy we need to add conditional formatting twice. According to your query we need to add a conditional formatting for the positive nos first and then the negative. Follow the steps: Step 1: select the...
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To add Conditional formatting for the particular query you may require more than one condition to satisfy we need to add conditional formatting twice. According to your query we need to add a conditional formatting for the positive nos first and then the negative. Follow the steps: Step 1: select the range that you want to add conditional formatting for e.g A1: B2 Step 2: In Home Tab > go to Conditional formatting > Select New Rule Step 3: In the New Rule > Select the Second option > Format only cells that contain Step 4: After selecting the Format Only cells that contain >Bottom of the screen displays Step 5: Edit the Rule Description > Cell Vale > Greater Than > 0 Step 6: Add Colors to the respective condition Step 7: Set another rule for negative nos Step 8: Edit the Rule Description > Cell Vale > Less than > 0 Step 9: Add Colors to the respective condition Step 10: Press ok to test whether the conditions works Hope this information is useful for more query you can join in our website for regular queries. read less
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Chose the cells on which you want to apply the "Conditional Formatting rule". Then click on the conditional formatting and select the correct options and conditional formatting will be applied on the selected cells.
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Hi Charan, as I understand you want change cell color as per the number is positive or negative. Very Simple for negative choose "less than 0" option and make a new rule, again create another rule and choose "greater than or equal to 0". If you select only 0 then if any cell has 0 value it will not give...
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Hi Charan, as I understand you want change cell color as per the number is positive or negative. Very Simple for negative choose "less than 0" option and make a new rule, again create another rule and choose "greater than or equal to 0". If you select only 0 then if any cell has 0 value it will not give you formatting and 0 is not a negative value. read less
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You have to run two times conditional formatting one is less than or equal to zero and second one is greater than zero
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In condition there have same option in custom or add itself defined function.
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Hi Charan, the answer posted by i-Self Academy is correct.
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