How to create data bar with conditional formatting in Excel?
If you have a range data as below screenshot shown, and can you show a bar in the Now Progress (%) column in Excel? Actually, you can create the data bar with Conditional Formatting feature to visually show the progress in Excel.
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To create data bar is not complex, please do as these steps:
1. Select cells you want to create data bar, and click Home > Conditional Formatting > New Rule. See screenshot:
2. In the New Rule dialog, do follow operation:
Select Format cells based on their values in the Select a Rule Type list;
Select Data Bar from Format Style’s drop down list;
Select Number in both of Minimum and Maximum lists, and type 0 and 100 in each text boxes;
Specify the fill color you need. See screenshot:
3. Click OK to close the dialog. Now you can see the data bars are created.
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To post as a guest, your comment is unpublished.· 5 years agoAnd do you know how we could do if each of the rows is going to have a different MIN and MAX value? Is there a way to have a single conditional formatting rule that can be reused for all in this scenario?