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Conditional Format in Excel

Posted on 2012-03-13
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Using conditional format in Excel and trying to incorporate a formula that will return yellow fill if the cell value is greater than a cell value but also less than another cell value.  Here is what I have (see attached)

Nick
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Question by:nmolliconi
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You have an error in your formula, shouldn't it be:

=O10<I10>H10

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It should be:

=AND(O10<I10,I10>H10)

See attached.

cheers,

Dave
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