|Conditional Formatting via Slicers, Part Two|
|Written by Rob Collie|
|Thursday, 04 October 2012 19:28|
In the last post on this topic, I discovered what I think is a bug in Excel 2010 conditional formatting, one that prevented me from using the Percentile threshold type with a cell reference.
But the Number type works great, so if I can get the actual [Profit] value for, say, the 80th percentile Model Name into a cell, I can reference that.
And that's precisely what those three cells in the image above contain:Read more...
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