How To: Conditionally format cell data bars in MS Excel 2010

Conditionally format cell data bars in MS Excel 2010

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How do you get the data bar to work? I put in the same formula. It seems like it wants to erase the number usually though. Also,is =($M$6)+INT(RAND()$N$6-$M$6) what you started with before you did the data bar?*

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