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can not highlight multiple rows after applying filter

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Hi,

One of my coworkers has an excel file, he can highlight multiple rows than fill in color without problems.  But after he applied filter, (the row number became blue), he can still highlight rows, but can not fill in color.  any ideas?  thx
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by:Ken Butters
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What version of Excel?  I have 2010... cannot reproduce your results.
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After restart, it looks fine now...no idea.....thank you
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