Is there a way to apply conditional formatting to a table in Microsoft Word 2010, in much the same way that it is possible in Microsoft Excel?
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Conditional Formatting in Microsoft Word 2010:
Go to "Replace", click in the box next to "Find what" and type in your condition. (If your condition is more than just words and/or numbers, check in the "Format" or "Special" buttons to see if you can (or need to) more closely identify what you want Word to find.) Then click in the box next to "Replace with" but don't type anything. Instead, click on the "Format" button and choose how you want it formatted. Then of course, click "Replace all". Please note, this will only work for text already in the document. All future occurrences will have to be "replaced" again. Please also remember that Word is designed to work with text and probably won't be as good at identifying mathematical variables as Excel.
I hope this was helpful! :)