Conditional Format Where If C3 Text=red Then A3 Text=red
How do i do a conditional format where if c3 text=red then a3 text=red
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I'd like this to be represented as:- If I contribute more than £xxx for a month then display it as green text and calculate how much over has been contributed.
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Editing Formula Shows Text All Red, Parentheses Color-coded
But the formula seems to be working properly.
I've got ALOT of parentheses, 5 nested IFs, 5 ANDs, 4 ORs. The ANDs and ORs are within the IFs.
While editing the formula, I can, at times, achieve the condition where the cell references become color-coded. Or at least some of them do. But, when I get to this point, I'm usually at a spot where I can see the formula isn't right.
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0 To Highlight Red With Con.format
I need a cell to highlight RED (via conditional formating) if the cell reads 0.
When using conditional formatting and entering, the cell is equal to 0, it turns all the cells red that are empty aswell. This is what i dont what.
The only cell i require to turn RED is that with a 0 (zero) in
Conditional Formatting (Red Is Older Than Today)
C2 Cell formatted for Date
Currently is shows red if its older than today showing something has expired using: Cell Value is less than =TODAY() and shows Green if it still OK using greater to or equal to =TODAY()
But i want:
Red is older than today
Amber is today or within 7 days
Green if date is over 7 days
Ive tried using 'between' but keep getting white cells.
Conditional Formatting (highlight The Cells Red )
i am trying to highlight the cells red in the b column if a3=d3 (if names match) and if b3<e3 (only if name is "a" should e3 be used to compare with b3). hope this makes sense. i've attached a sample worksheet.
i've tried =if(b3<e3, (vlookup(a3,d3:e33,1,false),true)...but does not work correctly. i need the average weight to remain constant according to the name when comparing, but if i drag the formula down to other cells, the average weight does not correspond to the name.
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I have two arrows:
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These arrows look exactly like the Excel 2007 conditional formatting arrows you would apply to a cell - the only difference is that I have inserted them as shapes so I can float them over a graph.
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I am not able to use vba and have only 1 conditional formatting rule left in my excel 2003 sheet.
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Color The Cells Red
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Dates - Cells Turning Red
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Just wondering if it is possible to put a check box with a macro say in cell C3 that when you tick the box it changes it to green as completed, but after a set time say 2 weeks the check box clears itself and changes the colour to red to highlight that its due again. Also when you tick the check box it inserts a date in another cell say D4 when it was ticked.
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Red Yellow Green Colors
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Add Red X In Cell Based On IF Function
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Summarize The Red Highlighted Parts Of The Code
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y = 1
Do While y < 20
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For Each r In MyRange
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Public Function CheckDate()
If IsDate(r.Cells) = False And IsEmpty(r.Cells) = False Then
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Cell Bold And Font Size 12 And Highlight In Red
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Dim LastRow As Integer
LastRow = Cells(Rows.Count, "G").End(xlUp).Row + 1
varUserInput = InputBox("Enter client name:", _
"Client Name", "")
If varUserInput = "" Then Exit Sub
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Range("G" & LastRow + 20).Value = "Total".......................
Deficit Cells Highlighted In Red If The Deposits Are Less Than The Expenses.
****** http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=utf-8">****** name="ProgId" content="Word.Document">****** name="Generator" content="Microsoft Word 12">****** name="Originator" content="Microsoft Word 12"> Deposits
I want the Surplus/Deficit cells Highlighted in red if the Deposits are less than the expenses.
Can I this? Maybe using a macro or formula not entirely sure
If so how?
I would like to be able to this myself but could not figure it out using conditional formatting in Office 2007.
Red X Cross In Place Of Controls/Images/Pictures
I have created an excel application on a PC. Then i moved the file to a PC on which I've just installed office. When I open the file on the new PC - the controls show up where they are but then immediately disappear leaving a transoarent box with a red cross (where the control is supposed to be).
How Do I Write A Positive/negative And Red/green Function?
I'm trying to make a "weight-based" spreadsheet. I want to show a difference between numbers so if an item lost 5 lbs, there would be a "-5" and it would be in green font showing good.
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I can't really figure out how to get the signs working properly. I'm assuming to use an "if" function in where if the difference is a loss, show the negative sign and have it in green font. And if the difference is a gain, show the positive sign in red font.
Copy And Paste A Row When A Cell Is Filled With The Color Red
I would like the users to have the option of filling in the cells with "RED" by any means.
Here are the conditions or pseudo
If (any cell in Column X is RED)
Then (copy the row to Copy Rows Filled With Red)
If ( the cell in Column X is not longer RED)
Then (remove the row from Copy Rows Filled With Red)
In plain English, if the cell is filled with RED, it is copied over to sheet Copy Rows Filled With Red. Or if the cell is no longer filled with RED, it is removed from Copy Rows Filled With Red.
Please see attachment for explanation.