Excel Icon Sets Conditional Formatting Reports [Video]

This video post will share how to create a report in Excel using Icon Sets. Icon Sets are part of the conditional formatting. I share how to customize the icons. For example, each cell with a poor performance will have a red flag icon. Green circle icons will appear next to the cells with the best performance. Overall, the conditional formatting will help communicate data with your team.

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5 Responses to Excel Icon Sets Conditional Formatting Reports [Video]

  1. Irene Huang says:

    That’s really help me out,thank you!

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