Annual Address Update

Hello,

My job requires me to update personnel addresses annually.  I want to track each individual by placing a date in a cell and the conditional formatting in the same cell changes color according to the date (i.e. over 365 days would be red and under 365 days would be green).  So I put conditional formatting in the example attached.  The cell does the opposite of what I want it to do.  Is there a formula/conditional format that can be utilized to show what I am requesting?

-Allen
Allen BarbeAsked:
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OddyWriterMr.Commented:
These are steps for your request.

1. Select 1 cell or range of cells with date information then set conditional formatting.
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2. Select new rule.
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3. After format setting, don't forget to apply to other cells by Format Painting.
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Rob HensonFinance AnalystCommented:
Allen, no sample attached.

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With dates, I have often seen the theory applied the wrong way round. Dates are basically held as numbers in Excel so comparisons can be done just like ordinary numbers but need to decide what you are comparing.
Allen BarbeAuthor Commented:
OddyWriter

Thank you as you completely understood what I required and it worked perfectly!  Again, thank you for your time and effort!

-Allen
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