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Conditional Formatting - excel 2010

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Hi,

I have a list of client id's in Column A and in Column B, C & D i have values

If in Column B, the value = 1, i want the adjacent client ID to be highlighted red

How can i achieve this?

Thanks
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Hi,

In Home / Styles / Conditional Formatting / New Rule

Choose Use a formula Insert (if your first client ID is A2) =B2=1 and then format at your convenience)

See example
EE20140305.xlsx
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Perfect, thanks!
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