To create a color gradient in Google Sheets, you can use the built-in conditional formatting feature. Here are the steps to follow:
- Open a new or existing Google Sheets file that you want to apply the color gradient to.
- Select the range of cells that you want to apply the color gradient to. To select multiple cells, click and drag your mouse over the cells.
- Click on “Format” in the menu bar at the top of the screen.
- Select “Conditional formatting” from the dropdown menu.
- In the “Format cells if” dropdown menu, select “Color scale”.
- Choose the type of color scale you want to use from the options provided. You can choose from a range of pre-set color scales or create your own custom color scale.
- Adjust the minimum and maximum values for the color scale if necessary. By default, Google Sheets will use the minimum and maximum values from the selected range of cells.
- Choose whether you want to apply the color scale to the background color of the cells or the text color of the cells.
- Click on “Done” to apply the color gradient to the selected range of cells.
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Once you have applied the color gradient, the cells in the selected range will be color-coded based on the color scale you have chosen. The color of each cell will be determined by its value relative to the minimum and maximum values of the selected range. Cells with the lowest values will be assigned the starting color of the color scale, while cells with the highest values will be assigned the ending color of the color scale, with intermediate colors assigned to values in between.