How to Delete Conditional Formatting In MS Excel XP

August 12, 2007 by
Filed under: Excel, How To 
  1. Choose the cells whose conditional formatting is to be removed.
  2. Click Conditional Formatting option from the Format menu.
  3. Select the Delete button.
  4. Select the conditions to be deleted, and then click the OK button to exit the dialog box.
  5. Click the OK button on the Conditional Formatting menu.


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