Conditional Formatting in Excel

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Make your data easier to read.

With Conditional Formatting, you can highlight the data with a certain color or style based on cell values. For example, you can highlight the sales above RM8000 by creating certain rule. You also can find duplicated items, hide errors, compare two lists, etc. Conditional Formatting is a powerful feature in Excel and can do more than many people realize.

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