# Excel 2008 (Mac): Conditional formatting criteria expanded?

*From*: SanDiegoGuy <craig.deutsch@xxxxxxxxx>*Date*: Tue, 27 May 2008 14:44:08 -0700 (PDT)

One of the nicest additions to Excel 2007 (Windows) is that one can

add more than three criteria to a conditionally formatted cell.

However, as many know, opening such a document in Mac Office 2004 will

strip all but the first three conditions -- the limit in the Mac

version.

Simple question: Anyone know if Excel 2008 (Mac) affords the same

expanded conditional formatting? Would be great to know that it does

and might justify its purchase.

Matter of fact, anyone know where one can find a "Here's what's

improved in Excel 2008" document? Can't seem to find one at

Microsoft's site.

Thanks.

.

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