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I have a list of data with 6 digits followed by a dash and two letters (123456-AA) I want a conditional formatting that will color the cell if the first 6 digits match. I know how to use Left(cell #,6) to separate the digits. I also know how to format a regular full match. I just don't know how to combine them.
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I want to be able to use conditional formatting to highlight a column of different values in comparison to another column, but all the values vary. I know how to use conditional formatting to highlight a value over or under a set amount but not a varied one?
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I have a list of price and I would like to fill a color for the corresponding amount $100 - $199 - Green $200 - $299 - yellow $300 - $399 - orange $400 - $499 - red $500 - gray is there's a way it was automatically fill if the amount was entered? I believe it was conditional formatting but I don't know how to use it.
Solved by F. H. in 19 mins
Can you help me how to use the conditional formatting?
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How to Use Conditional Formatting to Change Cell Background Color Based on Cell Value not for only 1 cell but all the cells depending upon the cell value entered. for example I have four status as 1 )open 2) Resolved 3) Overdue 4) hold. I want the cell should change color as green if resolved and red as overdue and open as brown and hold as yellow.
Solved by V. Y. in 25 mins