I have a column "g" with this conditional formatting:- =A2<>A3 Format Bottom Border. However I will pass this workbook onto someone else who will fill in the text in column "g". They will use copy/paste text from other cells or columns even other workbooks that will not have the conditional formatting.
I have used Cells > Projection > Locked unchecked then used Tools > Protection > Protect Sheet and checked all. There does not seem to be a way to unlock the cell but protect Conditional formatting. Each time I copy and paste from other non formatted cells it wipes out my formatting.
I am trying to figure out how to copy and paste conditional formatting.
1371908# on hand 16458 ACNF18051 208 ACNF18061 104 ACNF30081 208 1371908 Total416104
1371911# on hand 7053 ACNF18051 208 ACNF18061 104 ACNF30081 208 1371911 Total416104
for instance in the above.. I want to black out any number in the "total" (bold) row that is less than the On Hand Qty (bold and underlined number) and I want to use a running total. For instance for part 1371911 with an On Hand Qty of 7053, the on hand is larger than the the first total of 416 so 416 should be blacked out, it is also larger than 416+104 so 104 should be blacked out as well.
This will continue until the on hand qty is less than the running total. I can conditionally format this one at a time and it could take forever as there are 3000+ lines of spreadsheet. If there is any way that you can tell me how to set the condtional format for one row and then cpy and paste it thoughout the sheet where needed.
Tabs 1, 2 and 3 have a column of data (Column A) on each sheet. They all start from the same cell. Each cell of data are just numbers. The column (an array) of data will not have blanks between.
But, they are not the same number of data. They vary.
Meaning, Tab 1 may have 15 numbers (A1 to A15), Tab 2 may have 20 numbers (A1 to A20) and Tab 3 could have 5 numbers (A1 to A5). Each iteration of the workbook may have different number of data in the A column on these tabs.
Now on Tab 4, I want combine the data from all three tabs into one column (in column A).
So, Tab 4 has a column A with data from Tab 1 copy and pasted to (A1 to A15) as values, then (A16 to A35) have Tab 2 data copy pasted as values and (A36 to A40) have Tab 3 data copy pasted as values.
Basically, the macro on Tab 4 has to count the number of rows on each Tab that are populated with data values and figure out to copy all the data on Column A from each three tabs and paste the data value into the Tab 4 in one column of data (in values).
I would like to implement specific cell ranges from two specific worksheets each within 33 workbooks (which all have several tabs) into a summary page in a separate workbook.
The cell ranges are going across my spreadsheet in rows and I would like for them to transpose into a columns depending on the data which I have separated by catergory on the summary page. They are all on the same location in each workbook which is separated by country. The cell ranges are E26:P37 and I would like to transpose them and have them put below eachother without overwriting for my format on the summary page, how I can put this together in a macro?
Is there a formula I can enter into the conditional formula palette that will allow me to format cells on one sheet based on a match found on a second sheet? ....or do I have to use VBA to do this?
Here, specifically, is what I am trying to do:
Sheet1 A1:AA200 contains a list of names. Sheet2 A1:A200 consists of a Range named MALE. Sheet2 B1:B200 consists of a Range named FEMALE.
Consider, first...that some of the cells in BOTH named ranges may be blank.
I want to format all of the cells in Sheet1 A1:AA200 to turn green if a match is found in the Range named MALE....and turn the cells red if a match is found in the Range named FEMALE.
When I try to use the Range names in my formula...I get various errors.
if I need to use VBA to accomplish this. Writing VBA to do this should be relatively simple...but I would appreciate some sample code to use as a model, since my VBA coding skills are still in their infancy.
I am trying to use conditional formatting in Excel 2003 to indicate when certain tasks are overdue (by highlighting the cell in red). My problem is that I have multiple criteria. If my line item is a "priority" item, it is considered aged if not resolved after 2 days; if the line item is "routine", the item is not considered aged until after two weeks (14 days). My goal is:
1) I would like the "status" cell in column D (which says "open" or "closed") to turn red if the item is aged.
2) Aging depends on the "priority" status in column A .......
I am trying to make each Cell in a range of cells to change its color from Black to one of a few colors. This should happen when the value of the Cell matches one of a few possibilities. The problem begins when I want the value of Sheet1 Cell A1 to come from Sheet2 Cell B1. When I change the value in Sheet2 Cell B1 the format of Sheet1 A1 changes only when I click on that Cell. How can I make it change immediately when I paste my values in Sheet2? Here is the code I am using on Sheet1:
Private Sub Worksheet_SelectionChange(ByVal Target As Range) Dim icolor As Integer If Not Intersect(Target, Range("A1:A10")) Is Nothing Then Select Case Target Case "one" icolor = 1 Case "two" icolor = 2 Case "three" icolor = 3 Case "four" icolor = 4 Case "five".......................
I am trying write code withVBA to save separate file in a different folder with Loop.
Write a code with "loop" till it finds empty cell in the column and for every change in number a separate file needs to be saved in specified folder with file name as "10010, 10011,10012... and so on with data copied in the file saved.
My conditional formatting code works fine for one column; however, when I try to apply the conditional formatting to two columns, the code only applies to the first column listed. Additionally, I have two sets of "rules" that apply to the same column. One of the "rules" includes two columns. The other rule applies to only one column. I'm not sure if this is my issue, or whether I'm trying to apply the same code to two different columns.
I have ammended the colours to 4 colours that I need for a risk assessment tool . I have added a second worksheet and put a dummy sample of my table there. Can you help me with how to put two colums of conditional formatting in the sheet? The risk rating before and that after the risk treatment? Many thanks in anticipation. I have highlighted in yellow the columns where the product of the consequence and likelihood is likely to be and this is where the colour coding needs to be applied. if you can help with putting the solution in the spread sheet that would be a great help. Any reply via this forum or via my email would be greatly appreciated.
I am new and I hope I have not made a mistake in starting a new thread. Sorry if I have but I wanted to bring this up as a new post so I get a sooner response.
I have what I think is a pretty complicated issue. At my job, we have a running and constantly changing list of jobs that we have to work on throughout the day. The job management system is really unwieldy and it’s often hard to tell what exactly we have to do today and what can wait until tomorrow. So a few times a day, I export the list to an excel doc, which I’m trying to set up with conditional formatting to highlight as green the stuff for today, ghost back what can wait, and leave white and blank the cells that don’t have any info in them. I but the attachment system wasn't working for me, so I can't provide the example I've been working on.
So far, I’ve managed to set up a formula in the conditional formatting that takes into account column C, but I need to take into account information in columns B, C, and D to determine if the job line should be highlighted or dimmed. Column B is the job's title and it is just text, column C is the Begin date, and column D is the due date. here’s what I need the conditional formatting to do.
If the begin date in column C is Today at 9:00am or earlier, and the due date in column D is today, I need to highlight the column. I managed to figure out the first part of this formula, but don’t know how to keep the line from hilighting if the due date is tomorrow: =$C2<=TODAY()+TIME(9,0,0)
The second part is that I need to hilight jobs that begin and are due today (have today’s date in columns C and D), regardless of what time they have if the task title in column B starts with “Rework Request from PS” or “Rework Request from QA"
Ideally, I’d like to change the text color to something nearly white to sort of hide the jobs that don’t need to be done today, and I figured that part out based on the formula I did manage: =$C2>=TODAY()+TIME(9,0,1)
apply this to the whole sheet so I can paste the report into it a few times a day without having to rewrite the formulas in a new sheet every time, and the number of items does change throughout the day. However when I do, the empty cells turn green as if they’re due today, and I can’t figure out how make them stay blank.
I'd like to compare two columns of data and highlight where a value doesn't occurr in both columns. The problem I have is that one of the columns uses * around the text to ensure it catches all variations of the value.
I have the following formula which would work if the data was exactly the same.
However, these *'s are meaning it never works.
Is there a way to make it so that if the values with the *'s are not found in the 1st column of data, conditional formatting is activated?
I have data in cells A2 - N2 and cell O2 is currently blank. I am trying to set conditional formatting where if O2 has a value entered into it, it will conditional format A2 - N2 and highlight the entire row red.
I tried a formula like =O2"" but that does not work. Also tried a few other things but no luck.
Also, once the formula is set, what is the best way to apply the conditional formatting to rows 3 - 30. I tried the format painter tool but that seems to want to extend the formatting range from rows 3-30 and not just per row.
Is there an easy way to copy conditional formatting? I need to copy the same scenario so that it adjusts for each row that it's on (the way formulas do).
For instance, I need to copy cells I4:L4 all the way to rows I84:L84. And I want the rows to adjust depending on what row they're on, like formulas seem to (as apposed to referencing the original cells).
I am having some trouble with a piece of code that is part of a larger macro. I have a list of data and I need to copy and paste the rows of data in which the values in column B are the same and then delete these rows from the original sheet. The code that i have come up with so far is as follows:
Sub Retreive_Particular_Rep_Invoices() Dim RepInvoices As Long Sheets("All Invoices").Activate Worksheets("Current AM Invoices"). Range("A2:T65536").ClearContents With ActiveSheet For RepInvoices = 1 To .Range("B1").End(xlDown).Row If .Cells(RepInvoices, 2).Value = .Cells(RepInvoices + 1, 2).Value Then .Cells(RepInvoices, 2).EntireRow.Copy Destination:=Worksheets("Current AM Invoices").Range("A65536").End(xlUp).Offset(1, 0) End If Next RepInvoices End With
I know that this is not correct, but it's the best i have been able to come up with so far and thought that i would try and speed it up. I have also attached a spreadsheet with some basic data that i have been playing with as well.
conditional formatting in Excel. I have two columns with pertinent information. I need to know the following and format accordingly:
1. Is the number in column A positive or negative? 2. Is the number in column B less than 0.05 or 0.10?
I would then like Column C to just be highlighted a certain color depending on the combination... there are 5 possible combinations and I would like the cells to be formatted so that:
1. Positive and less than 0.05 - Bright yellow 2. Positive and less than 0.10 - Pale yellow 3. Negative and less than 0.05 - Bright green 4. Negative and less than 0.10 - Pale green 5. This "combo" just means the criteria wasn't meant... which is possible b/c sometimes Column A may have text instead of a number of b/c the number in column B is not less than 0.10. If either of these is true, I want the cell to remain blank.