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Access 2007 Conditional Formatting Report

Hi,

I have a report that has a name is column 1, and numbers between 0 and 5 in columns 2 through 13. I would like to display only the rows in the report that have numbers less than 1 and greater than 1. If all the data is equal to 1 I don't want to show the record in my report. Is this possible?

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Great, thanks!!!
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