Want to know How to Conditionally Format Blank Cells in Excel Pivot Tables?

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Inserting a Pivot Table is very easy to do in Microsoft Excel: Inserting a Pivot Table

Adding some Conditional Formats to the Pivot Table allows a user to highlight key data in a split second.

See how easy it is to add some color to your analysis.

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STEP 1: We want to create a rule that will highlight values greater than 100,000

Select any cell inside the Pivot Table

Pivot Table Conditional Formatting | MyExcelOnline

STEP 2: Go to Home > Conditional Formatting > New Rule

Pivot Table Conditional Formatting | MyExcelOnline

STEP 3: Select the following settings. We are selecting the third option so that the formatting rules only apply to the individual cell values

Click Format

Pivot Table Conditional Formatting | MyExcelOnline

STEP 4: Select Fill and pick a color of your choice

Click OK twice

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The formatting rule is now applied to your entire Pivot Table!

Pivot Table Conditional Formatting | MyExcelOnline

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