On 02/11/2012 08:03 PM, 451farenheit wrote:
Open Format>>Conditional Formatting. A dialog box will open allowing you
specify the criteria and formatting for that criteria. AFAIK only 3 can
I have been looking for a while and I do not find any related topic finally.
What I want is to do a conditional format between a group of data, where the
background of the cells in calc
depends on the values inside the group. For example a list of numbers from 0
to 10 where 10 is totally red on the background and 0 is white. Then, a
gradient of white to red should be seen between the values in between 1,2,3,
and so on.
Is that possible with calc? Any link for it?
Many thanks in advance!
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