Interactive Checklist With If Function, Formulas, and Conditional Formatting  Excel  Summary and Q&A
TL;DR
Learn how to create an interactive checklist in Excel, with custom formatting and formulas for automated calculations.
Questions & Answers
Q: How can I create an interactive checklist in Excel?
To create an interactive checklist, you can add checkboxes using the Developer tab and link them to specific cells. Checking/unchecking the boxes will automatically update the linked cells.
Q: How can I customize the formatting of the checklist based on checkbox selection?
You can use conditional formatting to change the background color of cells based on checkbox selection. For example, you can highlight names with a blue background color if the checkbox is selected.
Q: How can I calculate bonuses based on checkbox selection in Excel?
You can use the IF function to determine if a checkbox is selected. If it is selected, you can apply a bonus calculation or text. If it is not selected, you can display a different calculation or text.
Q: How can I calculate paychecks based on bonuses and sales figures in Excel?
By using the IF function and mathematical calculations, you can calculate paychecks based on bonuses and sales figures. You can multiply the sales figures by a commission percentage and add a bonus amount if the checkbox is selected. Otherwise, you can calculate the paycheck based on the sales figures only.
Summary & Key Takeaways

The video demonstrates how to create an interactive checklist in Excel using checkboxes and the Developer tab.

Custom formatting is applied to highlight names based on checkbox selection.

Formulas, such as the IF function, are used to calculate bonuses and paychecks based on checkbox selection.