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Tricky conditional formatting fomula

Posted on 2016-09-26
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Hi Experts Using Excel 2010

Need a formula which looks at two dates and if the text values in cell F2 is not a C then colour cell yellow. I have the following in the CF how do you add the if statement.

AND(C1>=A1,C1<=B1)
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Not sure I follow on how to do the conditional formatting formula...
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Rgonzo1971 earned 500 total points
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Hi,

pls try
IF(AND(C1>=A1,C1<=B1,F2<>"C"),TRUE,FALSE)

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AND(C1>=A1,C1<=B1,F2<>"C")

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Regards
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Thanks for the excellent feedback
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