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conditional formatting active row or less.see the attached file
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If you want to put the pink highlighting between sections only, select a cell in row 19 and change the formula for the second criteria to:
=AND(COUNTA($B18:$M18)>0,COUNTA($B19:$M19)=0,COUNTA($B20:$M20)>0)

The above formula requires the row before and the row after to contain data, but the row being formatted must be blank.
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