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How do I do conditional formatting?

  1. #1
    ratboy1013
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    How do I do conditional formatting?

    I work in television and have a long report that pulls ratings for a number
    of shows on a number of different stations. I want to be able to change the
    color of an entire show depending on the station. For example, if program
    airs on station A change the font color of the entire row to red, if program
    airs on station B change the entire row to blue, if program airs on station C
    change the entire row to green.

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    Bob Phillips
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    Re: How do I do conditional formatting?

    See http://www.contextures.com/xlCondFormat01.html

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    "ratboy1013" <ratboy1013@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
    news:6F0CF1AA-6B2C-46DE-B91E-4F0BDF66AC9A@microsoft.com...
    > I work in television and have a long report that pulls ratings for a

    number
    > of shows on a number of different stations. I want to be able to change

    the
    > color of an entire show depending on the station. For example, if program
    > airs on station A change the font color of the entire row to red, if

    program
    > airs on station B change the entire row to blue, if program airs on

    station C
    > change the entire row to green.




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