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tewtom
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Conditional Formatting By Column In a Table

Please see the image shared below.  I have a table in power BI that contains two columns that need different conditional formatting.  I am ok with background colors or icons.  The DCM column conditions are different thant he DCO conditions.  Is there a way to do this?  ANy help is apprecaited, thank you.  I tried looking for other similar forum questions, could not seem to find an answer. 

 

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tewtom
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Hi Nemanja, I hope you saw my earl;ier reply.  What you suggesteed was for a single level ability to use conditional formatting, I needed conditional formats that vary.  So the only way I coul;d work around this was to split my data up into a new table ane then do discreetly.    If you look at the first question, you see that the data is in one column.  I Had to split it out into three columns in order to do the formatting like I wanted.  Thanks, though.

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tewtom
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Thanks for the reply, yes I understand how to do, but the problem is the columns are from one data source, not multiple as it seems your image shows.   I need different conditional formats in the two columns.  As mentioned in the first post, I want to have very different format needs for the DCM and DCO columns.  The only other way I could think of is to split out the data, but doing that becomes problematic due to the blank values (i.e., one column in the table for DCO, DCM, and RDTC).format 2.jpg

nandic
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@tewtom when dealing with conditional formatting on percentages, i use this approach:
1) select visual
2) go to fields > click on arrow beside field that you want to assign conditional formatting
3) format style = Rules
4) start from Min to Max, pay attention to <, <= to make sure you covered all ranges. Use number: 10% = 0.1, 50% = 0.5

Here is example:

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Cheers,
Nemanja Andic

tewtom
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Hi Nemanja, I hope you saw my earl;ier reply.  What you suggesteed was for a single level ability to use conditional formatting, I needed conditional formats that vary.  So the only way I coul;d work around this was to split my data up into a new table ane then do discreetly.    If you look at the first question, you see that the data is in one column.  I Had to split it out into three columns in order to do the formatting like I wanted.  Thanks, though.

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