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Posted on 2014-10-17
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Can any one explain why a number of zero's within the shaded range (blue) are not formatting as crosses?
Supplier-Partnership-Criteria.xlsx
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by:ProfessorJimJam
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becuase they are not acctually zeros. they are zero which is put in a form of text which is inside double qoutes
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by:Glenn Ray
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ProfessorJimJam is correct; those are the alphanumeric character "0", not zero.

You have to change your formulas on the combined sheet (insert and then copy formulas down):
O2: =IF(OR(TRIM(N2)="undetermined",N2<=0),1,0)
Q2: =IF(OR(TRIM(P2)="undetermine",P2<=50),1,0)
Z2: =IF(OR(TRIM(Y2)="undetermined",Y2>=40),1,0)

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i have replaced all of "0" which actual zero 0  

attached is the file and is now working as you wanted it.
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by:robmarr700
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Thanks Guy's well spotted.

Rob
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