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I've got a long list of data (export from MySQL) that I want to print out to tick each row after I've done stuff with it. Is there an easy way in Excel 2010 on Windows to make the table zebra-backgrounded for better readability? I've found some solutions that use conditional formatting, but that doesn't seem to work in Excel 2010. Also, my Excel is in German and the English formula commands do not work.

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Why not just use Format as Table from the Home tab and select a design with alternating colors? Or am I misunderstanding the question. –  James Oct 17 '12 at 11:49
    
I didn't know about it. That's exactly what I'm looking for. Thanks.:) –  simbabque Oct 17 '12 at 12:00

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Fastest way I have found is to select your data and click the Format as Table button on the Home Ribbon. Choose the style you want.

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