I have two related arrays that I'm trying to do two conditional formatting functions; one horizontal, across a set of columns and one vertical, down a set of rows. I have an example of what it should look like when finished. The first array, since it represents the horizontal "Stages" 1-5 and has the same parameters as to the range of value, it does not need to be normalized. However, given that the rows in the 2nd array represent different categories or ranges of values, it must be normalized by taking the total range and dividing it by the value in each sell in the category. Never the less, here's the request; is there a way or a macro that would allow for this conditional formatting to be properly displayed (i.e. a "Stage View - vertically ((Array 2)) and a Category view - horizontally ((Array 1))), automatically switched by using a button and a formula that would automatically calculate the values (in the second Array)?
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