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Register To Reply 02-16-2010,05:27 PM #5 maw230 View Profile View Forum Posts Forum Contributor Join Date 01-18-2010 Location Bentley, NM MS-Off Ver Excel 2010 Posts 229 Re: Conditional Format based on Alex. Go to the Home tab > Styles group and click Conditional Formatting. Additionally, the formula would only look at the first 2 characters in a cell to check for duplication. Check This Out
thanks Reply bunny says: January 20, 2015 at 11:19 am the colour of the box which i edited should change the colour automatically to know me which i was edited is Today I did my best to solve one of my problems regarding conditional formatting and at last when I read your guidelines and instructions step by step. Can i highlight the lowest number of only the numbers that are already highlighted? Pls guide me. see this here
Why the TRUE and FALSE functions are so important... Click "Conditional Formatting" 3. Reply Dani says: September 29, 2015 at 7:45 am Great Svetlana Cheusheva, Hope you will be fine. This is based off of my first problem.
Thanks. Is this a bug or something that I am missing? Reply ghaleb says: December 10, 2014 at 10:31 pm Hello, I have an excel sheet with with duplicated item# column and their quantities. I am creating a workbook that has 6 tabs (goals) - each tab containing the goals for a particular metric for a particular region.
i need to highlight the two records when they match on that field even if they are not on the same line. Thanks John Private Sub Worksheet_Change(ByVal Target As Range) Set MyPlage = Range("K2:BK65") For Each Cell In MyPlage If Cell.Value = 1 Then Cell.Interior.ColorIndex = 3 End If If Cell.Value <> 1 I do have a question though with my Excel 2007. http://www.excelforum.com/showthread.php?t=718337 On those tabs i enter the actual result for a metric and use conditional formatting to look at the value to the goals tab for that particular region.
Defining the problem The spreadsheet below lists SnackWorld sales of both Cookies and Brownies by month. Alex Reply Alex says: September 18, 2014 at 5:42 am Hello, I basically have 50 worksheets, each work sheet has 2 tables in it. Thanks for the help. MATCH with multiple criteria To solve this problem, we'll have to figure out a way to use the MATCH function to match against multiple criteria columns.
Are you looking for the solution to your computer problem? http://ccm.net/forum/affich-21716-conditional-formatting-more-than-3-in-excel Click “Format…” and set the fill color to red 4. Report Midtown1000- Aug 26, 2009 at 01:23 PM I tried your code for the additional colors. If you don't see the rule you want to edit, select This Worksheet from the "Show formatting rules for" drop-down list to display the list of all rules in your worksheet.
what columns contain what values and what the desired result is, we will try to help. Can you help? With MATCH, the easiest way to create an array formula is by using the & symbol, like so: =MATCH(lookup_value_1&lookup_value_2, lookup_array_1&lookup_array_2, match_type) It's very important to note that when you use an I have tried several times but cannot get it to work.
Suppose you have two Excel Sheets as follows and it’s more than 1000 rows and you cannot do manually: Sheet 1, Available List: Area Tower Br # Size Rent Sale Height I'm having trouble developing that formula and would appreciate assistance if anyone is familiar with how to do this. Register To Reply 02-16-2010,06:03 PM #8 maw230 View Profile View Forum Posts Forum Contributor Join Date 01-18-2010 Location Bentley, NM MS-Off Ver Excel 2010 Posts 229 Re: Conditional Format based on this contact form Style Default Style Contact Us Help Home Top RSS Terms and Rules Copyright © TechGuy, Inc.
For example: Formula for C2: =IF(OR(B2="cat", B2="dog"), 1, "") Formula for D2: =IF(B2="dog", 1, "") Reply yosef halevy says: July 18, 2015 at 8:15 am good day excel 2010, conditional formatting And in the meantime, you may want to check out a few more examples of Excel conditional formatting: Excel Icon Sets, Data Bars and Color Scales - learn how to extend Check the FAQ's to see how.
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Report Jim- Jul 7, 2010 at 05:45 AM =a1*-1 Helpful +0 Report Lucky Jun 23, 2010 at 08:06 AM i want to use the below two formulae together =IF(A1="","") & =workday(A1,5), Problem: I have set up a spreadsheet that highlights cells that need to be populated or left blank. Why to rethink the way you do VLOOKUPs... Reply Blackzorde says: December 4, 2014 at 8:01 am Can anyone share a solution for this problem.
Note that you're not just restricted to only two criteria here, as we've done in our examples. For this example, I've created a small table listing the monthly crude oil prices. For instance A2-A43 is the old then A46-A87 is the new. DO conditional formatting Select col A goto conditional formatting, and write formula =AND(A1<>"",A1=B1) then click on format and make your formatting changes Helpful +0 Report Tongo Apr 15, 2010 at 06:01
I read several places how excel divides an hour up in percentages, but cannot find a formula to highlight the field without Rounding it. Is there away that I can get Excel to highlight information which is different on the new file to the old one? But you can use if like =if(AND(A1=b1, a1=c1), "all three are same", "all three are not same") Helpful -12 Report Cosmin Aug 12, 2010 at 02:20 PM Try Conditional Formatting from Click Home > Format Painter.
Select C1 2. apply icons based on another cell's value. Report OldYgg- Mar 4, 2009 at 01:42 PM I don't know if you've found the answer to this or not, but I ended up needing to figure this out for myself. in the Icon set of conditional formatting, I enter for the first tab =IF(SUM($B$6+$B$5)>5) and then in the type I put number, it doesnt seem to do what I want it