In this article, we will learn how to color unique record in a range. We use the Conditional Formatting option along with COUNTIF function in Microsoft Excel to get the desired outcome.
Conditional Formatting we use to highlight the important points with color in a report.
COUNTIF function we use to count how many times one word is appearing in a column.
Let’s take an example to understand how we can highlight the unique cells.
We have data in range C2:E11 in which column C contains Agents name, column D contains No. of sales and column E contains sales amount. Now, we want to highlight the unique Agents name with the color.
To highlight the Unique Agents name, follow the below given steps:-
All unique cells will get highlighted with the chosen color. This is the way we can highlight the unique text in a range by using the Conditional Formatting option along with COUNTIF function.
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