001: Build a Map in Excel with Conditional Formatting

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  • Hi Jordan,

    Like the map. I was trying to make a map of the United States with the states outlined. I want something like what you made only to reflect on the States that I visited. I want it to be a conditional formatted like you made only with “yes”, “no”, “maybe”, “soon.” Can you help me create that? I thank you for your time. Joe, Michigan

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