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Conditional Formatting with Excel - Part 2

Posted on 2011-02-14
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Hello Experts,

You have already helped me immensely with my last request to conditionally format a an excel cell.

I would like to ask a similar request. This time I would be very grateful if someone could me how to conditionally format cell Q2, in the example, so that when it reaches 0.02% the cell will be highlighted green. And should it go back above 0.02/% to go back to white/clear cell?

As always thank you so much

Cheers

Carlton
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Experts,

Should the second part of my request prove a little difficult, I would be happy if you could accomplish the first part of the request.

Cheers

Carlton
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Hello Carlton,

Select Q2 and then use Conditional formatting > New Rule > Format only cells that contain > and in boxes below select

Cell value > Less than or equal to > in the box type 0.02%

Click "Format" button and choose required format > OK

regards, barry
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Barry,

Thats fantastic mate.

Cheers
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Cheers mate.
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