An Excel spreadsheet can vary in size - from a few rows and columns to a large number of printed pages. No matter the size, the derived results or trends produced from the analysis are important. So, why are these values hidden in some spreadsheets if the trends or results are the primary goal?
Searching for the result by scrolling through all the information on an Excel spreadsheet can be overwhelming. You might get tired and then decide to give up, which will not only affect you but can affect other people viewing the spreadsheet. You need the result and trend of your analysis to be made clear.
The only way to overcome the problem of hidden results and trends is to use Excel conditional formatting. Our audiobook will walk you through the 20 Most Powerful Excel Conditional Formatting Techniques to make your work easy.
Utilizing conditional formatting in Excel will:
- Reduce the time spent on tedious tasks
- Allow for more in-depth analysis
- Allow cells within a particular spreadsheet to be automatically formatted in accordance with what is in the cell