A rule specifying a conditional format. You cannot create instances of this class, only of their children.
IConditionalFormatRule = interface(IInterface);
|Clone||Returns a deep copy of the object.
|CheckIsValid||Checks if the rule is valid. This check will be applied automatically when you try to add a conditional format to a sheet, so there is no need to call this method directly. But you can use it to know if a conditional format will be rejected when you try to add it.
|Kind||Defines which kind of conditional rule this object contains. FormatDef will contain a subclass that must match the kind here.
|Priority||Priority for the rule. 1 means highest priority and higher number mean that the rule will be evaluated later.
Note that priorities of all conditional rules must be unique on the sheet. If you specify a duplicated priority, all other priorities might be shifted when you save the file so they keep being unique.
|StopIfTrue||When true, rules after this one will not evaluate if this one applies. Only Applies to Excel 2007 or newer, and it doesn't apply to DataBars, IconSets or ColorScales.