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FormatConditionType Enumeration
Conditional format rule type.

Namespace: Aspose.Cells
Assembly: Aspose.Cells (in Aspose.Cells.dll) Version: 19.10.0.0 (19.10)
Syntax
public enum FormatConditionType
Members
  Member nameValueDescription
CellValue0 This conditional formatting rule compares a cell value to a formula calculated result, using an operator.
Expression1 This conditional formatting rule contains a formula to evaluate. When the formula result is true, the cell is highlighted.
ColorScale2 This conditional formatting rule creates a gradated color scale on the cells.
DataBar3 This conditional formatting rule displays a gradated data bar in the range of cells.
IconSet4 This conditional formatting rule applies icons to cells according to their values.
Top105 This conditional formatting rule highlights cells whose values fall in the top N or bottom N bracket, as specified.
UniqueValues6 This conditional formatting rule highlights unique values in the range.
DuplicateValues7 This conditional formatting rule highlights duplicated values.
ContainsText8 This conditional formatting rule highlights cells containing given text. Equivalent to using the SEARCH() sheet function to determine whether the cell contains the text.
NotContainsText9 This conditional formatting rule highlights cells that are not blank. Equivalent of using LEN(TRIM()). This means that if the cell contains only characters that TRIM() would remove, then it is considered blank. An empty cell is also considered blank.
BeginsWith10 This conditional formatting rule highlights cells in the range that begin with the given text. Equivalent to using the LEFT() sheet function and comparing values.
EndsWith11 This conditional formatting rule highlights cells ending with given text. Equivalent to using the RIGHT() sheet function and comparing values.
ContainsBlanks12 This conditional formatting rule highlights cells that are completely blank. Equivalent of using LEN(TRIM()). This means that if the cell contains only characters that TRIM() would remove, then it is considered blank. An empty cell is also considered blank.
NotContainsBlanks13 This conditional formatting rule highlights cells that are not blank. Equivalent of using LEN(TRIM()). This means that if the cell contains only characters that TRIM() would remove, then it is considered blank. An empty cell is also considered blank.
ContainsErrors14 This conditional formatting rule highlights cells with formula errors. Equivalent to using ISERROR() sheet function to determine if there is a formula error.
NotContainsErrors15 This conditional formatting rule highlights cells without formula errors. Equivalent to using ISERROR() sheet function to determine if there is a formula error.
TimePeriod16 This conditional formatting rule highlights cells containing dates in the specified time period. The underlying value of the cell is evaluated, therefore the cell does not need to be formatted as a date to be evaluated. For example, with a cell containing the value 38913 the conditional format shall be applied if the rule requires a value of 7/14/2006.
AboveAverage17 This conditional formatting rule highlights cells that are above or below the average for all values in the range.
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