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Sort the table by Make in alphabetical order, add a second level to sort by Year Smallest to Largest, and a third level to sort by Sticker Price Smallest to Largest.
Repeat the field names on all pages.
Change page breaks so each vehicle make is printed on a separate page.
Add a footer with your name on the left side, the sheet name code in the center, and the file name code on the right side.
Click the Sales Information worksheet and convert the data to a table, name the table Sales, and apply the Table Style Dark 11.
Type % of sticker in cell E1.
Create a formula with structured references to calculate the percentage of the Sticker Price in column E.
Format the range E2:E30 with Percent Style Number Format.
Add a total row to display the Average of % of sticker and Sum of Sticker Price and Sale Price.
AutoFit the width of columns B:E to show the total values.
Apply Solid Fill Blue Data Bars conditional formatting to the % of sticker data.
Select the range E2:E30 and create a new conditional formatting rule that uses a formula to apply yellow fill and bold font to values that sold for less than or equal to 70% of the sale price.
On the First Quarter Sales worksheet, rename the table FirstQuarter.
Filter the data to display January, February, and March sales.
Add a footer with your name on the left side, the sheet name code in the center, and the file name code on the right side.
Select Landscape orientation for all sheets.

Solved by Z. F. in 20 mins

Create a formula with structured references to calculate the percentage of the Sticker Price in column E.
Format the range E2:E30 with Percent Style Number Format.
Add a total row to display the Average of % of sticker and Sum of Sticker Price and Sale Price.
AutoFit the width of columns B:E to show the total values.
Apply Solid Fill Blue Data Bars conditional formatting to the % of sticker data.
Select the range E2:E30 and create a new conditional formatting rule that uses a formula to apply yellow fill and bold font to values that sold for less than or equal to 70% of the sale price.
On the First Quarter Sales worksheet, rename the table FirstQuarter.
Filter the data to display January, February, and March sales.
Add a footer with your name on the left side, the sheet name code in the center, and the file name code on the right side.
Select Landscape orientation for all sheets.

Solved by Z. J. in 16 mins

Create a formula with structured references to calculate the percentage of the Sticker Price in column E. Format the range E2:E30 with Percent Style Number Format. Add a total row to display the Average of % of sticker and Sum of Sticker Price and Sale Price.
AutoFit the width of columns B:E to show the total values.
Apply Solid Fill Blue Data Bars conditional formatting to the % of sticker data.
Select the range E2:E30 and create a new conditional formatting rule that uses a formula to apply yellow fill and bold font to values that sold for less than or equal to 70% of the sale price.

Solved by T. U. in 15 mins

Create a formula with structured references to calculate the percentage of the Sticker Price in column E.
Format the range E2:E30 with Percent Style Number Format.
Add a total row to display the Average of % of sticker and Sum of Sticker Price and Sale Price.
AutoFit the width of columns B:E to show the total values.
Apply Solid Fill Blue Data Bars conditional formatting to the % of sticker data.

Solved by F. J. in 14 mins

Add a page break at Row 36 so that city data does not span between pages, and change back to Normal view.
Add a footer with your name on the left side, the sheet name code in the center, and the file name code on the right side.
Display the Filtered Data worksheet. Filter the data to display the cities of Alpine, Cedar Hills, and Eagle Mountain.
Filter the data to display records for houses that were on the market 30 days or more. Apply the conditional formatting 3 Arrows (Colored) icon set to the Days on Market values.

Solved by C. H. in 29 mins

I am trying to format one column of my spreadsheet to change once 7 cells in the row are filled with data. I was trying to do conditional formatting but it wouldn't work!

Solved by O. Q. in 20 mins

I need help with conditional formatting in excel 2016 to adjust to each row the cell is on. I used the format painter but this copies the same formula to all cells. need it to adjust to every row.

Solved by D. Q. in 17 mins

How can I modify my conditional formatting with formula that I currently have applied to cells E7 - E16 to instead make an entire given row up to column H red if a cell between E7 - E16 contains a # value that is less than the displayed day # value within the date of the month in cell E4?

Solved by A. E. in 30 mins

Sorry I'm an absolute noob in Excel, and actually need help with conditional formatting in Google sheets.I know it's not even half as good as Excel, but that's all I got to work with. I need to create conditional formatting:
if the currency value in column B row 12 equals the currency value in column F row 12 then make the cells in columns A and B row 13 should turn green.
I also want to ensure that should the rows change (i.e. I add or remove a row) the formula will still work.

Solved by S. B. in 16 mins

Create a new conditional formatting rule that displays any Inventory Value for the Food & Health department with a value of $30,000 or more as Red fill color (second column, last row). There will be two qualifying entries.
Note, Mac users select the range G2:G78. Then in the New Formatting Rule dialog box, select the style Classic.

Solved by E. D. in 14 mins