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Figure 7-38 Simple options or complex design possibilities
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Tip I must emphasize here that Excel 2007 now allows you to use number formats, including custom number-formats, in conditional formatting . This opens up a whole new range of possibilities, whereby number formats change automatically depending on specific values . And these values may be located in cells linked with controls . In other words, you could now simply click to control a number format .
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Figure 7-39 Default and custom options
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Once you ve found out all that you can do (and there s a lot!) with the predefined options available, you may want to explore the additional design possibilities, which I believe are more interesting . If you click New Rule or More Rules (framed in blue in Figure 7-39), the New Formatting Rule dialog box opens, which contains the options shown in Figure 7-40:
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Note Note that the appearance of this dialog box changes considerably depending on the rule type selected (in step 1), and may differ from that shown here . The descriptions provided here serve as examples only, but they can be adapted to other variants .
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Figure 7-40 Dialog box for designing custom options
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example A: 1. Select a Rule Type from the list of descriptions . 2. Determine a formatting group to determine the Format Style . 3. Select logical operators . 4. Determine the value to be used in the Value box . You can define a value, a cell reference, or a formula here . 5. Under Type, select a data type for the value (which was selected in step 4) . 6. Finally, choose a certain icon type within the Format Style group you selected (in step 2) . The method designated here as example B, which involves using formulas to generate conditional formatting, is used much more frequently than the methods in Example A in rS1 models . Follow these steps: 1. Select the Use a formula rule type . 2. Enter a formula . This formula, like the logical_test argument in an IF formula, makes a certain claim, for example, =$K$5<=100 (the value in cell K5 is 100 or lower) or =rL1.CheckLightsSel=TRUE (the rL1.CheckLightsSel cell currently contains the value
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TRUE) . Each time this formula is calculated, Excel investigates whether this claim is TRUE . If it is, the conditional formatting generated in step 3 is assigned .
3. Click the Format button to define a format . You manage conditional formatting in the Conditional Formatting Rules Manager dialog box . To open this dialog box, select the Home tab in the Ribbon, select the Styles group, and click the Conditional Formatting button . Finally, select the Manage Rules option .
Figure 7-41 Managing conditional formatting
At the top of this dialog box, you can choose to display rules, create a new rule, or edit (change) and delete existing rules . (You can also use other commands to clear rules; see Figure 7-41, right .) Each of the rows in the dialog box table provides essential information about the formats . You can change the reference in the Applies to column . If you double-click any part of a row entry, the Edit Formatting Rule dialog box opens, which is identical to the New Formatting Rule dialog box (see Figure 7-40) .
Tip The formatting rule manager dialog box is undoubtedly very useful . However, it may also be rather confusing and unclear, depending on the type, scope, and location of the conditional formatting used . It is essential that you remember to select the correct worksheet or table range in the Show formatting rules for box at the top of the dialog box . The only way to become accustomed to using this dialog box correctly is to deliberately practice using different formatting variants in various locations of your workbook .
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