Using Conditional Formatting, Tables, and Sparklines in Excel 2010
Individuals and business users with basic computer literacy
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Excel 2010 provides tools that enable you to efficiently present your data and that can also make your data easier to understand. Tables can be used to logically present data in an easy to read fashion and table styles provide a way to make your workbooks more attractive and professional looking. Conditional formatting allows you to highlight trends and exceptions in cells or ranges of cells by presenting the identified data in a number of unique ways to make it stand out. Sparklines, a new feature of Excel 2010 are small charts within a cell that provide a visual representation of data and can be used to show trends in an appealing manner. These features tables, styles, conditional formatting, and sparklines how to access them and how to use them, are covered in this course.
Using Tables, Sparklines, and Conditional Formats
- format data as a table
- sort and filter table data in a given scenario
- apply conditional formatting rules
- use sparklines to show data trends
- format sparklines
- sort and filter table data
- use conditional formats to highlight data
- use sparklines to highlight trends in data