Conditional Formatting :: Make Cell Blue After 90 Days Passed
Jan 19, 2010
This might be a simple answer but... if A1 had the date 1-Jan-2010, what formula would I used, within conditional formatting, to make that cell turn blue once 90 has passed? So the cell should turn blue on 1-Apr-2010.
I need a formula to calculate how many months has passed irregardless how many days had passed. What I mean by that is if I have a starting date of 1/31/2010 and an end date of 2/1/28/2010, that should count as 1 month passed. I tried using the DATEDIF function, but that function is counting number of days, so if only 28 days had passed, that would not count as 1 month.
I want to make all the cells that are outputted as blank by my formula a certain color to distinguish them from non blank cells. my current formula: [B1=IF(A1=0,"",A1)]. my guess would be to use an [AND] function but I do not know how to command a cell to change color without using the toolbar.
I have a calendar for the whole year made. I want every Wednesday to be highlighted. I wanted a conditional format to do this as I will be doing multiple calendars and I do not want to manually highlight every individual cell.
I am trying to do a conditional formatting for the number of working days. What I am trying to do is:
As in the row D7 I give the actual workdays required to finish the task the Gantt Chart gets a specific formatting on the right appears for the number of working days.
I want to avoid the formatting if there are any weekend (Saturday or sunday)
Suppose I give number of working days as 20 then there would be 6 weekend days so it shall add to the overall actual working days but again sinnce we are adding 6 additional days one more weekend day would come in between so the formatting shall take care of this.
I have this SS that uses conditional formatting to color days in a calendar, dates are entered in columns B & C when the dates are entered then the days of the month highlight. Everything works great but I can not get the conditional formatting to work in column E. Column E would be January 1. If I enter Jan 1 in column B & Jan 30 in column C all the days highlight except Jan 1? I have uploaded the SS.
I have a due date of 30/10/2007 in cell A2, I would like the cells in row 2 to change to the colour green 15 days before the due date (15/10/2007) and then I would like Row 2 to change to the colour Amber 10 days before the due date (20/10/2007).
This is what I was trying to do but it is not working for me:
I was then thinking that I could put a formula in Conditional formatting that says something like If todays date is equal to b2 then Green else do nothing or If todays date is equal to c2 then Amber else do nothing
I have a list of items which are supplied by 3 persons and these items have expiry date. I want the Conditional Formatting to highlight 2 days before its expiry date. I have managed to set only for dave, how do I set for the other two persons? FYI, each item is only supplied by one person.
I look everywhere to find a formula for a conditional formatting to make dues dates.
I would like to know if it's possible to do conditional formatting to make due dates turn green and yellow 90 and 180 days before their dues dates? The reason I am asking this question, it's because the column that where dates are, they are coming from a VLOOKUP formula and it's coming from another workbook.
I am new to Excel programming, haven't done any before and not familiar with creating/editing macros. Using Excel 2007.
I would like to automatically lock all the cells in a row if the date in column A in that row is >= 7 days old. Data is entered once a week (some time Sunday - Saturday) and I would like historical data (rows) to be locked so that they can't be edited inadvertently.
If possible could I also highlight the current working week somehow?
I have attached the worksheet : testworksheet.xlsx
I am trying to add something to a spreadsheet. I want to do some Conditional Formatting but I am not certain on what the formula would be to accomplish it. I am putting the Cond Format in cell E5 and I need a formula to say: IF F5 AND G5 are BLANK then do the format I set up which is simply to fill the cell with RED. (.ColorIndex = 3)
The next portion of my problem is I need to revise my VBA Coding to check and make sure that there is not any cells in Column E that have the Formatting Active. This is the portion of code I need to alter. I have changed the wording of the message but am not sure on how to change the IF statement:
'Checks to see make sure there are no Actions or Resolutions WITHOUT a Topic
If Sheets("Meeting Minutes").Range("C1").Value = "" Then 'NEEDS TO CHANGE
MsgBox "Oops! You forgot to enter a Topic for Discussion in a cell(s). You MUST have a Topic in order for your Meeting Minutes to transfer to the Master sheet." & vbCr & vbCr & "Please click OK to return to the Minutes sheet so that you may fill in the Topic(s).", vbOKOnly, "CAUTION! PLEASE Note!"
Range("D5").Select Application.ScreenUpdating = True Application.StatusBar = "" Exit Sub End If
Using 2003, I'm trying to do the following, data starting in A3, and ending in L3:-
- If A3 is blank, cells have no format - If A3 has a value, with A4 blank, fill is light blue and bottom line solid, top line dotted - If A3 has a value, and A4 does too, fill is light blue, top and bottom line dotted - If H3, which is a date field, is greater than today font is black, if less than today, font is red
How do i make a formatting rule permanent to certain cell's.
The steps i followed:
I selected the columns and rows to be formatted. in conditional formatting I selected new rule. then selected the second function, "format only cells that contain" in format only cells with: specific Text , then " ending with" Over Issues.
in format i selected the font and fill.
I saved and close the document, after reopening the rule is no longer working.
I have a conditional format in Cell J3 that has 2 conditions as follows: Condition 1: Cell Value, Equal to, ="NO", and then the format will color the cell RED. Condition 2: Cell Value, Equal to, ="YES", and then the format will color the cell GREEN.
I want Condition 3 to turn the cell J3 YELLOW if there is ANYTHING at all or anything above "0" typed into Cell D3.
I have two columns. In column B is the date of "last check". I column A is the date of "next check". I would like to have cell A2 in yellow color 334 days after the date entered in cell A3 and than in red color 365 days after the date entered in cell A3. Same thing for cell B2 related to date entered in cell B3. Yellow color in cells announces that check will expire within 30 days and red color that check has been expired.
how to highlight a particular cell red if the value in one cell is less than or equal to the value in another cell. For instance, How do I make it so that the "Hours to go" cell turns red if the value in the "Actual Last Completion" value is less than or equal to the value of "Last Completed" cell?
In Excel, I want to do conditional formatting on a cell based on the value of another cell. For example: in cell A1, I have text. I want this cell to have a grey background if the value of cell B1 is less than or equal to 1/31/14 and to have no fill (default) if it is greater than that date.