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By Richard Rost   Richard Rost on LinkedIn Email Richard Rost   3 years ago

Conditional Formatting Highlight Items Over Budget

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In this video, I will teach you how to use Conditional Formatting to highlight cells that are over their allotted budget in Microsoft Excel.

Lawson from River Oaks, Texas (a Gold Member) asks: I'm putting together my year-end budget report. I have the budgeted amount for an expense in column B and the actual amount in column C. How can I make it so that any items over budget show up highlighted?


Members will learn how to see multiple levels of conditional formatting, for example, we'll display items that are within 20% of their budget as yellow, equal to their budget as green, and over budget as red. We'll also see how to make a conditional formatting search box.

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