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# Combining conditional formatting formula's

Posted on 2016-11-09
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How could I combine the following formula's into one formula?  Thanks!!

=\$B1<=50%
=NOT(ISBLANK(\$B1))
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Question by:Basssque
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Try this.

=AND(\$B1<=50%, NOT(ISBLANK(\$B1)))
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