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Hello Experts,

I have need the below conditional formatting for the below rules:


green      Due by       =      End date      and       status      =      Completed
yellow      Due by       <      End date + 3      and       status      =      Completed/In Progress
red      Due by       >      sysdate      and       status      =      Not Started
red      Due by       >      End date + 4      and       status      =      Not Started/In progress



Attached is my sample xls file.
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Hi,

pls try

for reference
Rule1:=($A2>$B2+4)*(($C2="Not Started")+($C2="In Progress"))
Rule2:=($A2>TODAY())*($C2="Not Started")
Rule3:=($A2=$B2)*($C2="Completed")
Rule4:=($A2<$B2+3)*(($C2="Completed")+($C2="In Progress"))

Regards
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thanks
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