# US States - Conditional Color Formatting?

#### Karthik-Excelsior

##### Active Member
Hi Excel experts,

I've a list of US States with the number of units sold in each of the states like this https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0Ao7RzFobcTErdEV6UHB0bGtpdUdoZ1lFRUJ4bWIzMFE#gid=3

I would like to highlight the states based on the number of units sold. For eg. if a particular state has high sales number, it should be in GREEN, average - YELLOW and below average - RED

Any help is much appreciated here.

(P.S. This was possible in Google docs., but I couldn't replicate it on Excel)

Thanks,

Karthik

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