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Excel Conditional formatin

Posted on 2013-11-18
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I do not have a lot experience with excel conditional formatting.
I need help with this situation.
I have e.g.  Workbook  named “ Test”  with a spreadsheet “Test_A”.
  in Test_A spreadsheet I have column A populated with  data in it and column B populated with alphabet data.
I need to put condition to color column A cell in yellow when value of column B is “X” in the same row.
How to this in side the same spreadsheet (Test_A) and how to do this if it column “B” is in another spreadsheet Test_B.

Any Idea?
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Rgonzo1971 earned 500 total points
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Hi,

Use this type of Formula in the conditinal formatting

in the same sheet

=$B2="X"

if condition in another sheet

=Sheet2!$B2="X"

see example

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CF.xlsx
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Thanks.
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