“Cut” will remove a selection of data and give you the possiblity to paste it elsewhere in your spreadsheet. It’s basically a move command. “Copy” will duplicate a selected range of data. “Paste” will place any selected data that is copied or cut into the current selected cell. There are multiple ways to execute these commands.
Conditional formatting allows you to quickly highlight important information in a spreadsheet based on your particular criteria. This feature allows you to automatically apply formatting—such as colors, icons, and data bars—to one or more cells based on the cell value. It can also help you represent data in graphical form based on defined values you specify. You can create data bars and icon sets to depict values or divide them into categories. In addition, you can use data bars and icon sets to compare column values to one another. You can also use color scales to format cells differently depending on their values. To boost the performance of the Conditional Formats, you can create your own formula within the Conditional Formatting Rule feature.
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