Unanswered: 4 cells to conditionally format based on Multiple values in another cell
I am trying to highlight (conditional Format) specific cells showing where to place info IF a cell starts with a specific value. is this possible?
IF D3 cell values start with the number 4 (475 460 450 etc) I want to turn cells H3, J3, L3, and N3 GREEN. IF D3 cell values start with a 2 (275, 260, or 250 etc) I want to turn cells H3, J3, ONLY GREEN . IF D3 cell values start with a 1 (175, 160, or 150) I want to turn cell H3 ONLY GREEN.
I have excel 2003. Soon to upgrade to excel 2010. is this possible?
have you tryed the =find() which should find the number you looking for in a cell
hope this help
See clear as mud
the aim is store once, not store multiple times
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To do this you'd have to set up the conditional formating by column. Click on cell H3, then go to conditional formatting "Use formula to determine which cells to format" or similar for your version. You'll enter 3 rules for this cell, setting the format as highlighted in green. Here are those rules: