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vba Conditional Formatting if cell value < 19.5 or >20

Posted on 2011-09-08
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Hi,
I need a module to color all used cells in column (H) depending on the following criteria:
If cell value less than 19.5 then cell font color = Red and bold
or
If cell value greater than 20 then cell font color = Green and bold

thanks
Peter
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by:Rory Archibald
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Does it have to be code rather than just applying conditional formatting?
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ukerandi earned 500 total points
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Enter value in H column click on Run button
answerColor.xls
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Thanks for your quick response - another problem beaten!
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by:ptp2
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H ukerandii, I know I accepted your answer as the test data you sent worked perfectly exacly as I wanted but I have a problem in that the first cell in column H contains header information and when I run the module I get an error Run Time error 13 Type mismatch on line val1 = Cells(count, 8).
If you want I will resubmit my request with the header criteria as I know it was my fault for giving you clear information.
Thanks
Peter
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