Conditional Formatting in Charts

jmathew

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Is it possible to use conditional formatting with charts? I.e. I would like to change the color of a chart depending on the value. If a bar is greater than 80% than I want a green color. If it is 20% or less I want a red color, etc. Is this possible?
 

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Damon Ostrander

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Hi jmathew,

Yes, this is possible, and there are several ways to accomplish it. I have an example I could email you. Simply email me your request, or PM me with your email address.

Damon
 

wrxsti42

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I am looking for the same type of info. Any chance that I could learn how this is done?
 

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