In a previous post I showed you how to Create a Drop Down List in a Table.    We are now going to take this concept one level further and apply some conditional formatting to the drop down data validation list.

This is useful if you want to highlight when a job is completed, check off items from a list or to evaluate risk in a project just like I have done in below´s example.

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