Create edit and apply conditional formatting rules.
You can create conditional formatting rule in a database.
The conditional formatting feature allows to the user to set alignment, font color, cell color is easy only set the configuration in the dialog box for rules.
But the cells conditional formatting is very quickly, applying formatting with conditions.
The rules are evaluated, but what happens when there are multiple conditional formatting rules...
Maybe you don't know what the rule is to apply for the database.
What is the conditional formatting rule precedence?
Or maybe you need to edit the conditional formatting rule precedence.
Use the Conditional Formatting Rules Manager dialog box. When multiple conditional formatting rules apply to a range of database, these rules are evaluated in the order in the sheet.
But you can change the direct order by using the Move Up arrow and Move Down arrow
In a database, you can have multiple conditional formatting rules that evaluate different cells
On the Office, Ribbon>Home tab, select Conditional Formatting and then click Manage Rules.
The list of conditional formatting rules is displayed for the selected cells
to edit or change a rule ...select a rule and click the arrow to move the rule up, click Move Down.
To move the selected rule
Optionally, to stop a rule evaluation, only check the control, Select false or True values in the check box.
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