Adding a format to excel fav tab

josvill2010

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Hi, How can i add a format I use very often to my excel bar. I like to see negative numbers between brackets and in red. I usually go to the formats and choose from there.
Is there a way to have that format readily available in my favorite bar? Many thanks,J
 

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josvill2010

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  1. 365
Thanks for the answer. It’s handy the part of alternative to the merging. I have something similar. Under the ribbon I have the format shortcut. From the format I go to customised and then to the bottom. There I can see the latest formats I have created. Is there a way to bring this specific format to the ribbon without using a macro
 

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