conditional formatting formula part 2

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need a formula so if cell a2=12 and cell b2 is blank then cell c3 is greyed out..m
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NBVCCommented:
Try:

=AND(A2=12,B2="")
Sasha KranjacAzure & Security Otaku, MVP, MCT, CEICommented:
I think the formula should be:

=AND(A2=12;B2="")

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NBVCCommented:
That is only in some versions of Excel based on your Regional Settings (Country)
Sasha KranjacAzure & Security Otaku, MVP, MCT, CEICommented:
Forgot to say that it applies to English (UK) version/settings. If comma is not working try semicolon instead.
Thanks for pointing it out.
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