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How to Highlight a Row in Google Sheets Using Conditional Formatting

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How to Highlight a Row in Google Sheets Using Conditional Formatting by Sande(m): Wed Sep 2019 08:04am
Should you need to isolate data in Google Sheets based on specific criteria in a cell, you can use conditional formatting to highlight entire rows in your spreadsheet. Here’s how to do it.

Fire up your browser, head to Google Sheets, and open up a spreadsheet with a table of data you want to apply conditional formatting to highlight specific rows.
Highlight all the cells inside the table and then click on Format > Conditional Formatting from the toolbar.

https://www.howtogeek.com/439209/how-to-highlight-a-row-in-google-sheets-using-conditional-formatting/

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