April 20

001: Build a Map in Excel with Conditional Formatting

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Welcome to Friday Fire

Hi everyone! After some hiatus, Excel.TV is back and ready to begin sharing to our community like never before. We’ll be doing that with all my new series, Friday Fire. It’s designed to help you end the week on a high note, with tips, tricks, comedy, interviews and more. But the most important part of Friday Fire is you!

Tell us what you’re looking for and we’ll try to make it happen. Have a great Excel tip you want to share with the world? Let us know in the comments. We might ask if we can share!

Until then, enjoy the map!

-Jordan

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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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