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Hi,

Attached is a spreadsheet where i need a condtional formatting rule in range S7-S72 stipulating

If T7 is > S7 then Green, if T7 = S7, then amber & if T7 < S7 then red

Many thanks
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Question by:Seamus2626
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Please find attached one solution.
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However, your question as stated does not make sense.

1. There are no values in T7.
2. S7 is a small integer - it is generally not comparable with U7 anyway.

Therefore, I have used U7 and Q7 instead of T7 and S7. Please have a look at it and let me know if I have interpreted your request correctly.
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Here is the file...

For the equal values i Used the Round..
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by:Qlemo
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S7 is no integer but a float, but nevertheless it makes it "difficult" to compare for exact "S7 = T7" - that will likely never happen.

Further, the extensive usage of merged cells is unnecessary here. I would just have resized the row height instead, and used single, unmerged cells.
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