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    Conditional Formatting

    Hi my name is Paige!

    I used conditional formatting to highlight a certain word (in this case the word is "Neither"), but I need the two columns to the right highlighted as well. Is there a way to put a formula in that will highlight the specific text and the two columns to the right, but only highlight the rows that have the specific text?

    I hope that makes sense.

    Thanks!

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    Re: Conditional Formatting

    In your CF formula, make the column absolute. Then extend the CF formatting to include the two columns to the right.

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