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By Colormered / Tuesday 12 January 2010 15:08 / France
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By  someguy945  |  0

How about a column where you put "Good" or "Problem"? Then you can sort the spreadsheet by that column. And if you really want colors, you can sort the spreadsheet by good/problem and apply/change the colors in 2 seconds. Then you change back to the default sort.

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  Josher47  |  0

NO! You are an idiot OP! There are many men red-green colorblind! It is the most frustrating thing when people in general color code things in red and green! There is a reason things are normally red and blue... a lot of males can't see the difference.

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  Subtext  |  10

Bah, shaddup... ...most of the people who are color-blind can at least distinguish between these colours, as long as the difference is clear. As long as you didn't use different shades of green and red, chances are your boss can still see the difference. And I don't know where you live but as far as I know stuff is NOT normally red and blue.

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  its_love2  |  31

wrong. I am colour blind, you just do not see the colours as everyone else does, so to their boss they could be the same. please know what you're talking about before you start blabbing

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no he or she isnt..im red green colorblind too and from a certain distance i cant tell the difference between the two at all. they have to be really bright reds and greens for me to tell the difference...it sucks!

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  missd420  |  16

Speaking from experience, as I am colorblind myself, I can see what the colors are, just can't tell different shades. Like if you walk up to me and ask Which is prettier, the cherry or the red wine, honey I am just going to guess lol

By  someguy945  |  0

How about a column where you put "Good" or "Problem"? Then you can sort the spreadsheet by that column. And if you really want colors, you can sort the spreadsheet by good/problem and apply/change the colors in 2 seconds. Then you change back to the default sort.

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  Galex7471  |  4

Typically, when you're organizing reports it is highly stressed that you utilize the third dimension: color. When you're choosing colors it's a good idea to choose contrasting colors to differentiate 2 types such as... red and green. It draws someones attention far more quickly and reduces clutter so that it is more visually attractive. This isn't something I'm making up off the top of my head either, this is coming from upper-college level communications classes on writing scientific reports.

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  DigitalFusion  |  4

Cool story bro. But #7 didn't knock using color in the spreadsheet, just suggested a way to fix the issue quickly. So your post is just taking up unnecessary space. So is mine, but I'm just cool like that.

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