AboveAverage.SetFirstPriority AboveAverage.SetFirstPriority AboveAverage.SetFirstPriority Method


Sets the priority value for this conditional formatting rule to "1" so that it will be evaluated before all other rules on the worksheet.

 void SetFirstPriority();
public void SetFirstPriority ();
Public Sub SetFirstPriority ()


When you have multiple conditional formatting rules in a worksheet, if the rule was not previously set to priority "1", this method will cause the priority of all other existing rules on the worksheet to be increased by one.

Note: Priority levels for conditional formatting rules are applied on a worksheet-level basis.

Applies to