This article describes how to go from a standard table with default significant arrows and font colors...

...to a table where the significant cells have symbols added to denote the level of significance based on the** Corrected p** value:

## Technical Information

See Modify Cell Content - Add Symbols to Significant Cells

## Method

1. Select your table.

2. Go to **Properties**** > RULES** on the **object inspector**.

3. To apply the rule, select the **Plus (+) > Modify Cell Content > Add Symbols to Significant Cells**.

4. Enter the **Corrected p** value.

5. Enter the **Symbol**, e.g. an asterisk or series of characters.

6. Repeat steps 4 and 5 for each threshold you wish to differentiate, e.g. 0.1, 0.05, 0.01.

7. OPTIONAL: Tick **Show as confidence** to show the confidence levels in the footer instead of the p-value thresholds.

8. Go to **Properties > APPEARANCE > Significance > No** to remove the significant arrows and colors.

9. Press **OK**.

Note, it is not possible to align the numbers when this rule is applied (i.e., the numbers will move to the left to accommodate the symbols).

Also, when exported, values with a symbol will be rounded in Excel tables. If exporting an Excel chart, the symbol will be removed, but the footer will remain.

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