How to quickly shade alternating filtered rows in Excel?
To improve the readability, some people may apply shading color to every other row in Excel. The conditional formatting can help you quickly solve this. For more detailed information, please visit: How to shade alternate rows in Excel?
But, if you need to shade alternating filtered rows in Excel, you can quickly apply shading color to the filtered rows in Excel as follows:
Shade alternating filtered rows with Conditional Formatting
Shade alternating filtered rows with VBA code
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By doing this, you should do with two major steps:
A: Shade the range alternately (step1-step5)
B: Filter the data you need, the shading will automatically change (step6-step9)
1. Select the range that you want to shade. If filtering is already in play, be sure to remove the filter to select the full range. In this example, we will select the range (A2:G25).
2. Then click Home > Conditional Formatting > New Rule, and a New Formatting Rule dialog box will appear.
3. And click the last option Use a formula to determine which cells to format in Select a Rule Type, and enter this formula “=MOD(SUBTOTAL(3,$A$1:$A2),2)” into the box.
4. Then click Format button, and a Format Cells dialog box will pop out. Click Fill, and select a color you like. See screenshot:
5. And click OK, it will return to the New Formatting Rule, and now you can see the color in the Preview box. Then click OK. And the range which you select has been shaded alternately.
6. Finished the above steps, now you need to filter the date. Click Data > Filter, Excel will add drop-down arrows to the column headers.
7. Then you can choose the criteria you need. In this example, I will filter the customer name is Minimall. Put the cursor at the Customer drop down arrows and click it, a menu will appear, choose Text Filters > Contains… see screenshot:
8. And a Customer AutoFilter dialog box will pop out. Enter Minimall in the contains box.
9. And then click OK. All of the filtered rows have been shaded alternately. See screenshot:
The first method is somewhat complicated, and the following VBA code can help you quickly to shade filtered rows alternately.
Supposing you have filtered the data, see screenshot:
1. Click Developer>Visual Basic, a new Microsoft Visual Basic for applications window will be displayed, click Insert > Module, and input the following code into the Module:
VBA: alternately shading the filtered rows
Sub ShadeRows() 'Updateby20140529 Dim Rng As Range Dim WorkRng As Range Dim shadeIt As Boolean shadeIt = True xTitleId = "KutoolsforExcel" Set WorkRng = Application.Selection Set WorkRng = Application.InputBox("Range", xTitleId, WorkRng.Address, Type:=8) For Each Rng In WorkRng.Rows If Not Rng.EntireRow.Hidden Then Rng.Interior.ColorIndex = _ IIf(shadeIt, 15, xlNone) shadeIt = Not (shadeIt) End If Next End Sub
2. Click button to execute the code, a KutoolsforExcel dialog pops out for you to select a range to shade. See screenshot:
3. Then click OK. And the filtered data have been shaded alternately. See screenshot:
With Kutools for Excel, you can easily and quickly to shade alternating filtered rows. You can get it done by following these steps:
1. Select the filtered data that you want to shade.
2. Click Kutools > Format Tools > Alternate Row Shading, see screenshot:
3. Then check Rows option from the Shade type in the Alternate Row/Column shading dialog box, and choose one color you like in the Shade color drop-down list, then check Conditional formatting from the Color method, at last choose number 1 from Shade every spin button. See screenshot:
4. And then click OK. The filtered data have been alternately shade. See screenshot: