Conditional Format For Entire Row Upon Value Change
Sep 18, 2009
I can't figure out to place conditional formatting on a range at each change in cells in column A....ie. in column A, several rows will have the value "1", then several will have the value "2", all the way through "52"...sometimes there could be 4 rows with the same value, otheres there may be 5, or others even only 1.....so I need conditional formatting that says each time the value in column A changes, highlight all cells in that row one color and change that color at each change. Does that make sense?
I've got a pivot table that shows different activities their cost, budget and percentage complete amongst other things. I would like to use conditional formatting to turn the font of a whole row grey if that activity is a 100% complete (exactly more then 99,5% complete in this case). I can do this with conditional formatting by selecting the individual rows and then setting the conditions. Example: selected row =$45:$45, Formatting condition =$J$45>99,5%. However I've got 1500 rows to do....how can I set this condition for all rows in one go?
I want to highlight an entire row based on the contents of of a particular cell. For instance, if c4 contains data, highlight the entire row 4. If c5 is blank, do not highlight the entire row 5...and on and on...
I found code that I would like to use conditional formatting code as shown here. Here is the code just in case:
Private Sub Worksheet_Change(ByVal Target As Range) Dim icolor As Integer
If Not Intersect(Target, Range("A1:A10")) Is Nothing Then Select Case Target Case 1 To 5 icolor = 6 Case 6 To 10 icolor = 12 Case 11 To 15 icolor = 7 Case 16 To 20
how can I get this code to work across the entire workbook and not just for the specific worksheet? I tried pasting the code into the This Workbook under VBA Project and changing the Private to Public but no go.
I need to make an entire column formatless if the cell in row 3 contains no text. I want the whole column to just appear like a normal formatless column, but if there is text in the row 3 cell, I want it to be the way I have it formatted right now.
Is there a way to have a drop down or some sort of input cell that would change the look and format of the entire worksheet? Not sure how to pose the question?? For example.
What I'm working on is a departmental forecast sheet.
I want my department heads to be able to all look at the same excel file, then be able to input or select their department from a drop down. Once the department is selected that would call for excel to bring up the forecast for their specific department (**Each departments sheet is a little different).
I have created a 4 week custom calendar for planning purposes. As part of this I naturally have cells containing the dates of the days involved. These dates have been customised to show only the day as it is more presentable than including the month. The down side to this is it is difficult to identify when the month changes at a glance. Therefore, I would like to do the following:
1. Change the font colour of the day number when the month changes, e.g. December dates in black, January dates in red.
2. In one cell display the months the calendar refers to, e.g. if December and January dates are in the calendar the cell should read December '08 - January '09; if only December dates were included, the cell would read December '08.
My cell has a 'P' or an 'F' plus some additional text. I'm trying to change cell color based on the 'P' or 'F' but I can't get it to recognize the letters. Samples of what I've tried: =IF(LEFT(L23,1)=P) =IF(MID(L23,1,1)=P) etc.
I can 'FIND' the 'P' or 'F' but there may be a P or F else where in the cell so the color may come up incorrect. I'm trying to get it to just look at the first character in the cell. Can the 'IF' be used with CFs?
I have a Sheet ( Named "Summary" for Example ) of about 4,000 Rows that has a LOT of Conditional Formatting.
I Added Another 100 Rows this Morning and when I Tried Saving it a Message Saying that Not All the Formatting for the New Data that had Been Added had Been Saved. Is there a Macro or Something I can Run that will Make the Conditionally Formatted Cells Stay the Colour that they are but Delete the Conditional Formatting Part of it Achieved Using "Format" & "Conditional Format" from the Menu Please.
Ideally I would like to be Able to Enter the Number of Rows ( From Row ? to Row ? ) that I want this to Apply to.
I have five fields that have a conditional format applied to them: (see attached). Columns J, K, L, N and O. These conditionals highlight if a minimum number is entered. Ex. Minimum pushups for a 30 y/o male is 27, if a 26 is entered it highlights red. The total score (where I need this to perform) is calculated in column Q. It will format red if the total score is below 75 but what I can't figure out is how to make it format if any of the previous minimums have not been met.
Ex. In cell L4, his crunches were 25 (a automatic failure -- red formatting). Now the total score is above 75 so it calculates as passing (green), but I need it to highlight red regardless because of the minimum not met in cell L4.
I have a range which has conditional formats based on other cells. I want to copy this range into another sheet and retain the current formats as fixed formats without copying the conditional formulae. ideally in VBA.
I would like to have a single button that changes a range of cells from the USD to EURO to perhaps CAD symbol. Can this operation be performed, such that if I start in dollars, and I click the button once, it shifts by range to EURO (not formulas...just symbol)...and then if I click the same button again, it goes to CAD, and then back to USD with a third click?
I have a column (A) where there's a date in each cell. Currently it is formatted as category "text". All entries where initially entered as 'yymmdd', but using category "number". Beacause of that all zeros in the year disappeared, so now they are shown as "ymmdd".
Can someone show me/tell me how to convert all these dates from category "text", to category "date", using format "yymmdd"? I have tried again and again and again, but can't make it work. I have attached a sample of the sheet.
I have two columns where there are dates (e.g. 11/05/2009) in a date format; I would like to change the format to `general`; but without losing the original values, i.e. I still want to see 11/05/2009, but just in `general`format. Is it possible to create a macro that will do that? I want these values to stay in the same place, i.e. if it is in cell K10, I still want to have it there - just in other format.
I have an excel sheet full of dates in text format and want to convert them into regular format. For instance, one of the dates listed is in text as "60801". I'd like it to show in regular date format of mm/dd/yyyy, so that 60801 becomes 8/1/2006.
Is it possible to change and entire sheet to Upper case using the 'Upper' function?
We are need to change all the text to caps but can only seem to apply the function to one cell at a time and then copy it down for the column. This is going to be a fairly labour intensive process as we have many columns.
In Column D I already have a listbox on every line. If the user selects "waiting payment" then the whole row needs to be highlighted red. If the user selects "arrived" then the the whole row should be green. The dropdowns are already there, but I cant get the colors to change. I have heard that conditional formatting may allow me do do this, but I'm not sure how to go about doing it.
I have an existing macro that takes my sheet and puts it in body of email.
how do i add to it to change the entire worksheet's font?
Code: Function RangetoHTML(rng As Range) Dim fso As Object Dim ts As Object Dim sTempFile As String Dim objWB As Workbook Dim i As Long Dim iLastRow As Long sTempFile = Environ$("temp") & "/" & Format(Now, "dd-mm-yy h-mm-ss") & ".htm"
I have a large workbook with 2 rows of data I want to format (R25:R530, M25:M530). Row M is already populated, row R is new data that I am entering. When the value of a cell in row R is larger than its adjacent cell (R25:M25) in row M, I would like the font to turn red. When the value is smaller, I would like the font to turn green.
With the amount of time I've spent attempting to conditionally format, I could have gone through and formatted each cell individually by now!