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Heatmap Graphic Enhanced

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EE Pro. Phillip Burton helped me build out a Cycle Heatmap using a macro.  Now I'm trying to intergrate it into a larger Heatmap.  Part of the Map is based on Conditional Formatting (the non-cycle part). The Part Phillip helped me with is based on a Macro in the Sheet (starting at S32-S38) and monitors the score (1-3) to indicate the colors.

Here's what I need;

1.) How do I make the arrows solid instead of transparent?
2.) How do I get rid of error?

Thank you in advance,

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D--Data-Data-Temp-Cycle-Heatmap-Extended
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Problem 1 - Right-hand click on the arrow, Format Shape, go to Fill and change the Transparency to 0%.

Problem 2 - Change

"Arrow" & (Target.Row) - 1

to

"Arrow" & (Target.Row) - 31
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Great!  Works perfectly.  Appreciate the elegant solution and rapid response!

All the best,

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Authored another question to get to the next level on this.  Hope you can take a look.

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