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I have a ss attached with some code which compares data in two pivots.

I would like two amendments to the code.

(1) When comparing the numbers, leave a tolerance of 0.5, so if its under 0.5 difference, then it still is green

(2) if it is green or red, highlight the entire row, starting at ColumnA, up to and including Grand total, either green or red.

Thanks
Seamus
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I think this does what you requested.

Let me know if you have questions!

sdwalker
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Excellent, thank you Sid.

I may have one or two more questions on this code over the next few days as i fit it into a process im making.

Thank you again

Seamus
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