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I have 3 oval shapes on an Excel worksheet that I want to conditionally format base on the %_Resolved below. If the % Resolved in the last month (in this case Apr - note: a new month gets added each month) >= 95% then Green Else Yellow.



Month             %_Resolved
Oct            63%
Nov            19%
Dec            19%
Jan            95%
Feb            98%
Mar            98%
Apr            91%
Year-to-date      70%
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by:Ken Butters
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I've added VBA code to "Sheet1" that modifies the color according to the last row of data.
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I have 3 oval shapes on an Excel worksheet that I want to conditionally format base on the %_Resolved below. I attached my spreadsheet with the VBA in it. I do not think it's working correctly for my situation
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Ken Butters earned 2000 total points
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Looks like your 3 different ovals are conditioned based on 3 different pivot tables.

I've updated the code to check the various conditions in the pivot tables and color the associated shapes accordingly.
Test.xlsm
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Very Good -- Thanks
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