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Excel 365 Conditional Formatting

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Randy DownsFlag for United States of America asked on
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I have a spread sheet with data in cells (C:H) of each row.  Minimum & Maximum are in columns I, J respectively.

I want to highlight the cell that matches the Max - column J.

Matching J2 seems to work when the Max is in column C but doesn't match anything when the Max is in column D:H.

What am I doing wrong?

The formula I have is
=J2 
applies to =$C$2:$H$214

Data Columns C-H
Min Column I
Max Column J
Range - $C$2:$H$214
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