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    Top 5 formatting unless 0

    Hello. How can I format the top 5 items in a pivot table column Green, unless they are equal to 0, then ignore.

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    Re: Top 5 formatting unless 0

    It would be easier if you provided a sample to work with, but something like...
    =and(A1>=large(A1:A10,5),A1>0)
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