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How to Remove Conditional Formatting in MS Excel

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One of our student ask a query in our video about condition formatting in ms excel How to remove Conditional Formatting after applying.


What is Conditional Formatting?

Conditional formatting is a feature in Excel that allows you to format cells based on certain criteria or rules. For example, you can create a rule. This rule will highlight all cells in a specific range. It will highlight any cells that contain a certain value, such as values above or below a certain threshold.

Example of conditional formatting rules.

here are the steps to quickly remove conditional formatting from these cells that contain the scores:

  • Select the cells from which you want to remove the formatting

  • After selecting the cells Go to the Conditional Formatting Option

  • Select Clear Rules, then click on Clear Rules from Selected Cells
  • The conditional formatting will be removed from the selected cells

In conclusion, removing conditional formatting is an important step in keeping your spreadsheets clean and organized. Understand what conditional formatting is and why it should be removed.

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