I have five columns D3 to H3 all with different amounts/currency value. I'm looking to get a formula or use conditional formatting to scan those five cells and highlight one of them green when Excel has determined which one is the cheapest out of the five.
In a column in my spreadsheet i have to input a number; either: 51-61 and next to it is either m or o. so in Column A row 1 : 51m, Column A row 2 60m, etc Example:
51m 51o 55o 60m
I want to conditionally format this such that for 51 it turns the cell background green, for 52 red, 53 orange,etc. with a number having a specific color associated with it. 03' does not have a text choice.
Is there any way to have more colors in conditional formatting since it only allow maximum 3 colors. Anyway for your info I have an attendance sheet which I want the data to change colors every time the data is enter as below :-
MC / EL / NS = RED Y = BLUE AL = GREEN OD / RD = YELLOW PH = BLACK
I am trying to create a formula that looks at a spreadsheet containing training percentages for employees. I need to look at these percentages and based on the date that the person started I need to look at certain rules. First it needs to look at what has happened more recently , moving to a new department or promotion. Next it needs to use that info to decide which rule to use. Ex. the person started 90 days ago then they are subject to rule A. The training percentage then needs to be looked at to see what rating they have. EX. percentage < 90% but > 75% gives a rating of 1. percentage than 50% gives rating of 2. percentage < than 50% rating of 3. Rule B would contain different criteria. My problem is that I tried nesting IF statements but I need more than 7. When I tried to do this in VBA I couldn't get it to work.
In conditional format I've this formula =countif($Q$2:$V$2,B2)>0 which will return any matching numbers in yellow. My question is can I insert that once that row reaches 10 matching numbers the row turns green.
I’m sure conditional formatting is the way forward with this but can’t quite get the formula right. I need 2 columns: Column A will have dates that an event happened on. Column B will be blank until we have received back in a letter that went out on the date in column A. At which point the date the letter was received back in will be entered into column B
What I need is for the Colour of Column B to change from green (before and on the date of Column A) to Amber (for the next 3 days) and then red (from Day 5 onwards. This would be until a date was entered in column B (the date the letter is received back in) at which point it would just go back to white. This would keep a check on how long the letter was out for and whether we need to chase it up or not and with an increasing urgency.
How to sort out a way to count cells whose fill colors have been set via conditional formatting.
I'm sure that I was once able to use Chip Pearson's CountOfCF function back in the days of Excel 2003, as it worked around the 3 condition limit and used .ColorIndex which assumed that you'd only ever be formatting using the .ColorIndex values of 1 to 56, but I can't seem to be able to get it to work in 2010.
I'm a average excel user, i know my way around it and kow common and basic formulee, VB isnt a strong point, but i am willing to attemp anything for this, let me explain
Lets say in colum A I have a list of items, in colum B i have a check box, currently the check box is red, if i tpye a x it turns green due to conditional formating. That works fine...onto the problem...
Lets say in colum A i have my items but they are repeated...eg A1, A145, A166, A122 are all the same item, what i want is regardless of where i place the x each check box under coloum B either gets a X and turns green, or just turns green, i dont mind...
I dont think conditional formatting can cut this, though i may be wrong. Ive tried to use the IF function under condtional formatting but ran into problems...
I have a workbook (see attached) that has 2 sheets, Work and Holiday. I want to be able to enter a persons initials into the wrksheet 'Work' for each day of the week.
If that person is listed on the holiday sheet for that day as 'A' then the cell in 'Work' is coloured Red, if not then it is coloured Green. I have tried to get this to work using a defined list and various IF statements but all to no avail.
I've set a conditional format to flag the row green if cell e2 has a Y or a N in the cell.
Currently i have the following conditional format formula is as
=IF($E$2="y",TRUE,FALSE) this is set to change row to green =IF($E$2="n",TRUE,FALSE) this is set to change row to red
My Questions =
What i want to do is copy this formula through the 500 or so rows and have the formula adust to =IF($E$3="y",TRUE,FALSE) For row 3 =IF($E$4="y",TRUE,FALSE) for row 4 =IF($E$5="y",TRUE,FALSE) for row 5
I've tried using the formate painter but all it does is set all row to conditionally format dependant on what is in Cell E2. Thoughts on how to copy this formula is conditional format so i don't have to manually adjust it line by line. Doing this 500 times over would be a pain.
1) If “Completed" , then highlight as green 2) If “Pending” , then highlight as red 3) If “In Progress” , then highlight as blue 4) If “X Required” , then highlight as green
I need to include in the third conditional formatting box that if the cell populates "Completed" or "X Required", then highlight as green. Is there a formula I can use in the conditional formatting box ? I am using Excel 2000.
Look within sheet "highlowperf" column K and copy the row containing cells that are filled green in column K into sheet "overallperfomers" starting from row 9 within the "overallperformers" sheet until completed. It needs to be from row 9 as i have other data above this which i need to keep intact.
Further to this i do not require all information from the row that is found to contain a green fill. I wish to copy columns A B C D E F G K.
If this second part is not possible I can settle to just copy the whole row over and i will try and work around.
Below is a code that works for this attachment Invoice.xlsm When you hit the code you will see how the 2 left most columns disrupt the conditional formatting resulting in one color for those columns as opposed to every second row with one color and the rows between them another color. modify this code so that the conditional formatting remains the same? (I highlighted the part in the code that needs attention).
I have written in some conditional formatting to have a cells automatically updated based on a response in a cell above. That is: If a no response is chosen to a certain question, then all other questions in that range are to also be a No response. I have attached the document im working on with an outline of what the problem is!!!!
I have 10 rows of 6 numbers, all between 1 & 49, in the range A1:F10. I also have the range A20:AW20, which are all currently blank cells. When I type a number between 1 and 49 inclusive into the range A20:AW20, any number that matches it in the range A1:F1 I want the cell to fill in colour.
I have information in A1. I want A1 to look at B2:B5 and D2:D5 (Under conditional formatting) and if there is one or more "X" in those cells to color A1 Grey (Fill). I keep trying to put a formula under conditional formatting, but it is only working for the first cell (B2) and not the rest.
The spreadsheet I've been working on is functionally working how I would like, but I am looking to improve it cosmetically. I have a range of cells in which I input scores. Those scores are averaged in blocks of the value of cell B1. I would like to fill the cells yellow if they are a multiple of the value of B1.
ive got the following code looking to delete the entire row that contains cell H with a red interior fill (colour index 3). it has been coloured using a conditional format rule. When I run the code it deletes all rows?
Sub DeleteIfRed () Dim LastRow As Long Dim i As Long
When I hit the macro code you see below I get both columns D and E, starting from row 18, to get 'filled down' to the specified spot. Every second row has a conditional format (when a value is entered in column A) to change the row to the color grey, and every row between it has a conditional format (when any value is entered in column A as well) to have the row changed to the color red. The issue here is that the Macro code messes up the conditional formatting and uses the conditional formatting of those two cells, which are being dragged down, for those entire filled-down columns! This is what I am starting off with test1.xlsm and this is what I end up with using the macro code below (or doing it manually)
Is there a way for the Macro code to bypass this issue?
when I copy a worksheet from one workbook to another, the colors on the sheet in the destination workbook, become dull/faded. They actually change from the original colors to some off colors. I copy by selecting the source sheet, hold down ctrl key, then drag from one workbook to another). Also, is there a way to get the sheet back to the original colors.