I have, in the past, used a variant array to populate a range of multiple Excel cells.
I'm wondering, is there a way to do the same thing with cell formatting?
To apply conditional formatting: The cells with above average values are highlighted.
When you apply conditional formatting to a block of cells in the pivot table, the formatting rule is applied to those cells only.
You have labored over your book for months, maybe even years, you have read and re-read it countless times, cleaned out typos and grammatical errors, massaged the style and worked on the structure, grinding away in the wee hours of the night alongside holding a daytime job and maybe having a family.
You did not get here just to break the first cardinal rule of book publishing: Don’t get sloppy on the home stretch! If you’re anything like me, an author you’re not familiar with has one shot to prove himself to you.
The first reason is that many authors simply don’t know any better.
They write their book, complete it and look for the fastest, cheapest and easiest way to deploy it. It is a sad testimony in my opinion, and certainly not a valid excuse.I will never again touch the book of an author who has made a bad impression on me by delivering a broken e Book that is clearly sub-par.I can forgive many things in a book if I so please — stilted language, poor pacing, logical errors, uneven style, even the occasional typo.To me, one of the key elements that sets apart a professional e Book release from that of an amateur has always been the technical presentation of the book.Sure, anyone can write a document in a word processor, run it through some export tool, use a fully automated conversion utility or peruse the services of an online service, but the sad fact of the matter is that none of these approaches typically results in, what I call, production-level digital books. I have spent a lot of time thinking about this and observing how other authors approach their e Book publishing, and the more I examined it, the more I have noticed that there are generally two reasons for it.For example, highlight the cells that are above average, or lower than a specific amount.