Learn how to create a Column or Bar Chart in Excel
with Conditional Formatting
Sometimes a simple column or bar chart just isn't enough to show all the data you need at once. In many cases, you'd have to create several separate charts, which takes longer and clutters a dashboard. This can be easily fixed by introducting some conditional formatting to a chart.
Now, unfortunately Excel doesn't provide conditional formatting features for charts. However, with some tricks, we are able to go around the limitations and use color to add an additional dimension to data analysis and visualizations.
In the following video you can follow the process of creating such chart.
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