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Flagging up formula result beyond set benchmark

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    Flagging up formula result beyond set benchmark

    Hello, I am trying to find out whether it is possible to have Excel flag up formula results outside a certain benchmark. To illustrate: for research into shares I want to set up a sequence of simple equations (x=y/z) over the course of a year. What would be brilliant were if I could tell Excel to highlight the result if it falls below a certain value, let's say x = 5 (or lower). With highlighting I mean, for example, displaying the result in red or bold or underlined ....

    Therefore the questions are, is that possible at all and if so what do I have to do?

    Any help is much appreciated

    Thank you

    Michael

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    Re: Flagging up formula result beyond set benchmark

    Use conditional formatting

    x<=5 --- format red/bold

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