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# Conditional Formatting Excel 2010

Hello,

I am hoping someone can help me with the following problem I am having with conditional formatting.

Basically I am using the formula based formatting with the formula being:

=AND(O$11>=$K12,O$11<=$L12)

however, I don't want to use a colour to shade the cells I actually want to use a letter.

Can this be done?

So for example, instead of picking orange as a 'fill' I want to use the letter 'M'

Any help will be greatly appreciated!!

Thank you!!

I am hoping someone can help me with the following problem I am having with conditional formatting.

Basically I am using the formula based formatting with the formula being:

=AND(O$11>=$K12,O$11<=$L12

however, I don't want to use a colour to shade the cells I actually want to use a letter.

Can this be done?

So for example, instead of picking orange as a 'fill' I want to use the letter 'M'

Any help will be greatly appreciated!!

Thank you!!

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