Select the Range or Exact Match option button.
If you have selected Range:
Use the Threshold table buttons to build the necessary rows. For example, you may only need two rows in the table - in this case you would use the Delete the selected rows button to remove all unwanted rows or the Delete all rows button to clear all the rows from the table.
Click in the Minimum and Maximum cells of the table and enter the necessary values.
To change the Color By color, click the color cell or the ellipsis button beside the color and select a new color from the palette.
To make the color change when the value changes, click the Blink To cell or the ellipsis button beside the color and select a color from the palette, then select the Blink check box.
If you have selected Exact Match, perform the same actions as in step 2, except instead of entering minimum and maximum values, enter one value per row.
If you have selected the threshold type Exact Match, you can also enter an amount for the Tolerance. The tolerance amount is an allowable amount from the highest threshold value - past which the value is considered out of range.
To set the Out of Range value, click the Edit Out of Range button. The Edit Out of Range dialog box appears.
TIP: Any value that is outside of the threshold values you have set will appear in the out of range color that you set.
Select the Out of Range Color check box and click the color button to select the out of range color from the palette.
To make the out of range color change when the value changes, click the Blink check box and click the color button to select the out of range blink color from the palette.
If you want to save your threshold table so that it can be reused, click the Save As button. The Save Threshold Table dialog box appears. Enter the name and click Save.