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Posted on 2012-03-15
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Hi,

I have attached a WB.

I would like some vb code to hightlight rows red or green in the ASPA tab dependant on whether or not their Sedol is present in the tab "Phoenix"

So comparing Col A in ASPA against Col B in Phoenix

I have manually highlighted a few lines that would be green and would be red after the code has run

Thanks
Seamus
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by:CSLARSEN
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Hi
I guess you wouldnt even need code, just a slightly more advanced conditional formatting.

E.g. like this

cheers
cslarsen
ASPAMatch.xlsx
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by:Seamus2626
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Hi,

Where is the conditional formatting stored? I cant see it anywhere?

Thanks
Seamus
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Conditional formatting is stored with the worksheet. Depending on the version of Excel, you may need to use named ranges to avoid referring to a different worksheet--Conditional Formatting didn't permit direct references to other worksheets before Excel 2010 (I believe).

Here is a macro that works in Excel 2003 and 2010. It creates a named range for Phoenix worksheet column B, then applies conditional formatting to ASPA worksheet data.
Sub SedolConditionalFormatting()
Dim nm As Name
Dim rg As Range
Application.ScreenUpdating = False
On Error Resume Next
Set nm = ThisWorkbook.Names("PhoenixSedol")
On Error GoTo 0
If nm Is Nothing Then
    ThisWorkbook.Names.Add "PhoenixSedol", RefersTo:="=Phoenix!$B:$B"
End If
Set rg = Worksheets("ASPA").Range("A1").CurrentRegion
Set rg = rg.Offset(1, 0).Resize(rg.Rows.Count - 1)
With rg
    .FormatConditions.Delete
    .FormatConditions.Add Type:=xlExpression, Formula1:="=AND($A2<>"""",COUNTIF(PhoenixSedol,$A2)>0)"
    .FormatConditions(1).Interior.ColorIndex = 4
    .FormatConditions.Add Type:=xlExpression, Formula1:="=AND($A2<>"""",COUNTIF(PhoenixSedol,$A2)=0)"
    .FormatConditions(2).Interior.ColorIndex = 3
End With
End Sub

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Thank you!
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