In Google Sheets, applying conditional formatting to cells is a breeze. Simply right-click on the cell you want to format, then navigate to “View more cells” and select “Conditional formatting.” Next, choose the “add another rule” option. Here, you can specify the exact rule you need, either by using pre-defined formulas or creating a custom one. For instance, you can set up a formula to check if a cell’s value is less than 7, and if it is, you can instruct Google Sheets to change the cell’s fill color to red and its font color to white. With this simple process, you can visually enhance your spreadsheet and make data interpretation a lot more straightforward.