Maintain conditional formatting after changing cell contents


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Jan 15, 2012
Hey All,
I have a matrix with conditional formatting of some values that looks like this:
then I want to add some other data to the fields (standard deviations, and descriptors) so of course the conditional formatting is now stripped out:
Ultimately this table will end up in a MS Word document, so I can simply copy and paste, then manually type in the extra values, however I wonder is there a way to paste the conditional formatting (data bars, and gradient colour background fills) from the first table "over the top" of the second table?
Thanks for any help,

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