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Excel 2010 Conditional Formating to highlight rows based on formula

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I am trying to highlight rows based on a formula using conditional formatting, but it does not seem to save the rule.

I select a range, select New Rule, enter formula and it works, but when close the file it does not save.  I have read I can record a macro and use it when I want to see highlighted rows, but I want to be able to see them all the time without clicking a button.

Should the Condition Formatting disappear when I close the file,     I highlight the range , enter the formula and select the formatting and I click apply and OK.  Is there something I am missing when I save the Conditional Formatting maybe?  When I check for the rule in Manage rules before I close the file, it shows there and is correct. Will it save if the sheet is protected?

Any suggestions would be appreciated.
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