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TOPIC: Conditional Formatting

Conditional Formatting 3 years 11 months ago #6621

hello,
i've been trying to find this option and I couldn't. Basically I would like to use conditional formatting but without setting a maximum or minimum, the colour scale going, let's say, from green to yellow to red would depend on the highest and lowest value in that column.
Is it some way of doing it?
Thanks,
Rafa
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Conditional Formatting 3 years 11 months ago #6622

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I'm afraid you can't do that without specifying the range of values you are working with.

The details are explained here but I'm guessing you've seen this already.
www.idoceo.net/index.php/en/grade-book-a...ign-colors-to-grades
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