Calling all Excel Experts! My question is about Excel. I use a "conditional formatting" in a workbook, where one part of one column has the conditional formatting I want. And it's duplicated on each of the 20+ sheets I have in the workbook (plus I use the same formatting on 3 other workbooks as well). I'm assuming there is a way to save that conditional formatting command, so all I have to do is call it up and transfer it to each sheet's column. It's just a little tedious to enter it each time, since it involves three conditions with formatting of each condition. I think I researched it once, and I think I read mention of macros? To this day, I have no idea what a macro is, how to create one, or how to use one. I do know that sometimes I'd get a prompt saying the workbook I was opening is using macros, which could be harmful, and did I want to continue. I don't even know why a macro would be harmful. But I know that since most of what I know about Excel is self-taught (and asking questions of people like the experts here), I've probably avoided learning about macros cause of those prompts I used to get. So, if the answer is "create a macro." Then, well, you're gonna have to take me through it step-by-step, and treat me like I'm a complete idiot (which I probably am). Not only will I need to know how to create it, I'll need to know how to use it. I'm hoping there's a much simpler solution that what I'm fearing. LOL.