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Conditional Formatting and Conditional Formulas

Highlight Rows then


Conditional Formating

Use Formula Formula is then =$D2=1 or whatever the value and the cell is

then choose Format color.

I think the $ anchors it so it will always refer to that column but change according to the row.

I now think you have the use =$d$1 to make it an "Absoloute Reference"

To copy to other rows use the paint brush called Format Painter next to th Copy and Paste icons

For alternating colors on a line

Use conditional formating with


Conditional Formulas

=IF((DATEDIF(E2, $K$2, "d") > $L$5),((C2*$F$52)+(D2*$F$53)),0)


Display a message if a condition is true

You can display a message based on a value or the results of a calculation. For example, you may want to display "Overdue" for unpaid invoice items more than 30 days old.

  1. In cell D7, type =IF((TODAY()-B8)>30, "Overdue", "Current"), and then press ENTER.

  2. Select cell D7, and then drag the fill handle over the range of cells that you want to display the message.

If today's date is more than 30 days after the invoice date, the value of the cell is "Overdue." Otherwise, the value is "Current."


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