How to Use “Conditional Formatting” to Identify Past Due Dates (Excel) August 31, 2018 Helios Visions Excel, Microsoft Office Productivity, Pro Member Tutorials You can set Excel up to use today’s date (or any date), to identify past due dates and change the color of the past due text to a different color. This process is showing on Excel 2016 but works on… This post is only available to members. Share ThisTweetShareShare Related Posts How to Change Time Increments in Outlook Calendar You can change the time increments shown in your Outlook calendar to allow for smaller more detailed calendar entries. This will work in Outlook 2003, Outlook 2007, and Outlook 2010. This post is only available to members. Creating Keyboard Shortcuts for Most Used Programs (Windows XP) Creating keyboard shortcuts for your most used programs, files, and documents can be a big time saver! This post is only available to members. Quick Launch Toolbar in Windows XP The Quick Launch Toolbar can be a great tool for quick access to your most used programs. This post is only available to members.