You can use conditional Analysis formatting to highlight important values or unexpected results in your data.
With conditional formatting, you define rules to select different or critical values in a crosstab. Results that fall outside a set of predetermined threshold values are highlighted in color or designated with symbols. You can toggle the rules on and off, to either display the formatting or not.
Select a cell in a crosstab and access the New Conditional Formatting dialog from the Conditional Formatting button on the Analysis Design ribbon. On the Definition tab you can give your rule a name, choose what format and color you want to use and define your condition. Once finished, choose Add. You can edit or delete rules as needed.
The Selection tab in the dialog allows you to format specific areas of the crosstab or specific member selections. For every measure you can confine the formatting to all members and totals (the default), totals, or specific members.
The Display tab is where you configure where the formatting will appear. You can apply the formatting to a different measure than the basis for the rule, or you can apply the formatting to row or column headers, or some combination of these options.
if multiple rules based on the same measure but with different criteria are applied, and a conflict occurs, the worst one takes precedence.