Filter Cells by Cell Color in Excel

Edited by Djinu, VisiHow, Eng

You're watching VisiHow. In the last video, we showed how to highlight a cell if it matches information in another column. In this video, we're going to show how to filter only the highlighted cells.

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    To do this, click "Data"
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    Then click "Filter"
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    Click the arrow in row "1" and, for this tutorial, column "C"
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    Click "By color" under "Filter"
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    Move the cursor to "Cell Color"
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    Then, click the green color
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    Now, close this menu
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    Excel will show only the items that are colored in green. It will hide all of the other text.
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