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Fill in cell color depending on formula

Posted on 2013-12-11
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I need a formula for if column G3 says received and F3 says yes
then H3 fills in Green or if G3 says received and F3 says no then H3 fills in Red.
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You need conditional formatting.

Select H3, go to Home|Conditional Formatting|New Rule

Then "Use a formula to determine which cells to format"

enter formula =AND($G3="Received",$F3="Yes")

click format and choose Green from the Fill tab.

Click Ok,

Then click New Rule, and repeat above with

=AND($G3="Received",$F3="No") and Format with Red from Fill tab.
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