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Conditional Formatting - Excel for Blank Cells

Posted on 2014-03-10
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hello,

I have the attached spreadsheet however I cannot get the blank cells to be white (I.e. no conditional formatting applied to them when they are blank), I had added the conditional format too of be white should the cell be blank, however it does not seem to work.

Could someone please help me with this please?

Regards,

GISVPN
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you have it correct you just need to move the 'is blank' rule above the others and, optionally, tick 'stop processing' - excel treats a blank as 0 in this context so you are getting two conflicting formats and the first one is applying
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Hi,

You have to move your rule above the one with zero because XL evaluate empty cells as 0

see example

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