How to highlight/conditional formatting top n values in Excel?
When you have a large data in a worksheet, and you want to highlight or conditional formatting the top 10 values only, how can you quickly solve that? Now I introduce a trick for you to highlight top 10 values at once in Excel.
For example, you have a range data as shown as below, and now, I will talk about highlighting the top 10 values in these data range.
1. Select the data range you need, then click Home > Conditional Formatting > Top/Bottom Rules > Top 10 Items. See screenshot:
2. In the popping out dialog, click OK to apply the function to highlight the top 10 values. See screenshot:
Now all top 10 values in the range have been highlighted.
Tip: You can change the number in Top 10 Items dialog to highlight top values you need.
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