Learn Excel 2010 – “Conditional Format Largest Column in Chart”: Podcast #1602

September 20, 2012 at 2:20 pm


Mike has a Chart and wants to use Conditional Formatting to make the Data Present more clearly. Today, in Episode #1602, Bill “MrExcel” Jelen addresses this Conditional Formatting for Chart Graphic Presentation.

“Charts And Graphs: Microsoft Excel 2010“, by Bill Jelen

Using Excel 2010, it’s possible to create breathtaking charts, graphs, and other data visualizations – and communicate even the most complex data more effectively than ever before. For more information about Charting in Microsoft Excel, be sure to check out Bill’s book,  “Charts And Graphs: Microsoft Excel 2010“, by Bill Jelen.

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