Highlight Cell If Same Value Exists In Another Column
I'm trying to do a formula without using a marco. The formula would do the following:
- Highlight value in column A if the value is found in column B and on the same line value in column F and I are equal to zero;
- Value in column A could match many value in column B
I tried everything I know but can't seems to make it work.
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