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Jean-Christophe GALLAND
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Macro for conditional formating in Excel

Hello experts,

I have in a excel file:

-      A target value in C1
-      A table A4:D406
-      values for each row in column D. These values are sorted from lowest to greatest (so D4<D5<D6…)

I would like a macro that formats all the data in the range ‘An:Dn’ in ‘bold red’, with n being the row number where Dn<=C1

Thanks
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Martin Liss

8/22/2022 - Mon
Roy Cox

Why use VBA? Conditional Formatting should do that without VBA
Jean-Christophe GALLAND

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It will help me learn VBScript and I can copy and paste in other files

Tom Farrar

I believe you can do this with Conditional Formatting.  Selecting Column D and using conditional formatting to look for cells <= C1.  The only disadvantage is the highlighting is only column D.  So if it is important to highlight A:D maybe this won't work.
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Tom Farrar

Sorry my comment didn't see your responses.
Roy Cox

VBScript is not the same as VBA. I see no point in VBA for this, you can copy and paste formats to another workbook.

By all means learn VBA, but don't use it pointlessly.
Jean-Christophe GALLAND

ASKER

If you don't want to respect my request, your choice... Always amazed that people spend more time challenging customers requests than addressing them. I know exactly what I want and I don't need to further justify. And yes, maybe VBA is the correct term

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Tom Farrar

Sure.  Think most of the experts comments are to help clarify the request.  Sometimes a question is not completely clear, or perhaps the author is not aware of other alternatives.  In your case you clear about what you want.
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