Excel "Icon Set" (conditional formatting) for **text values**

Hello Experts:

I would like to use an "Icon Set" (as part of conditional formatting) for ** text values **.  

Please find attached XLS with more details describing the process.

Thank you in advance for any assistance that would allow me to accomplish this requirement.

Cheers,
EEH
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NorieVBA ExpertCommented:
Sorry but there's no attachment.
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ExpExchHelpAuthor Commented:
Norie:

Oops... 99.9% confident that I added the attachment.   I don't have access to the file until I return to work tomorrow morning (7am EST).   I will post it then.  

Thank you... please re-check this thread.

EEH
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ExpExchHelpAuthor Commented:
Norie:

I came across a solution that may work (see attachment "Version 01").   I came across that solution online but it doesn't show the "yellow exclamation mark" for either "perhaps" or "maybe".

I then tried to follow that solution (see attachment "Version 02").    In the cell "Selection Value", however, it only shows the "green checkmark" (vs. all 3 different icons).

How can I fix the solution in attachment "Version 02" so that all three symbols are displayed depending on the 3 drop-down values?

Thanks
Version-01.xlsx
Version-02.xlsx
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abbas abdullaCommented:
Hi,
Try making the CF rule like what is in the below picture.
CF Rule
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ExpExchHelpAuthor Commented:
abbas:

If I understand you correctly, you're suggesting to have a dedicated cell for each of the 3 conditional values.   If so, this solution won't meet my requirements.   Ultimately, I have a data column (e.g.. "Status") with hundreds of rows.   Each cell in that column should display the status.   Thus, I need a solution where a cell can display all three values.   I then will copy it down to the last record.

Version 01 illustrates concept; however, for some reason it doesn't show the icon for the middle value ("Perhaps").   Any suggestions as to how I can display the middle value for version 01?

Thank you,
EEH
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abbas abdullaCommented:
My suggestion work for single cell I just displayed three cells with all data validation values to prove CF rule works for the three conditions.
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ExpExchHelpAuthor Commented:
Looking initially at the picture, I did not notice the change from "percentage" to "number".   Thank you for your assistance.
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ExpExchHelpAuthor Commented:
Yes, your solution works great.   I appreciate your assistance.
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