Formatting for attendance trends?

Philly3719

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Hello all, new to the forum here but hoping one of you magnificent people can help me :)

I'm needing to track some class attendance data for the year (in weeks) and would like to know how I can format so if I input a % in week 2 that is greater than week 1 it displays the figure and a green arrow, if it is the same it display the figure and an amber arrow and if its less is displays a figure and a red arrow.

Here's what I'm working with, so essentially when I input data into overall2 rows, it automatically displays the trend based on the previous week. I would then like to do the same for Main Aim, M&E and TOTAL.

Any help would be hugely appreciated.

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DRSteele

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Welcome to the forum.

What you seek is Conditional Formatting. Watch this excellent though long video from ExcelIsFun on the youtube and let us know if it helps.
 

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