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Formulas for input rules of a timesheet submission

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    Question Formulas for input rules of a timesheet submission

    Hi all!

    I hope that you are well? I have a formula issue that i'm hoping you can assist me with.

    I have enclosed a very basic timesheet that runs from Sunday to Saturday and it shows time in / out and rostered hours. This is displayed for each staff member.

    For each staff member there is a remarks box that contains a drop down menu. When each day is entered the drop down menu needs to be completed.

    In cells A13:E16 are the rules of each rule type.

    What i would like to do is for example if L (lateness is elected from the drop down box) excels flags that Time in / Time out and Rostered hours needs to be completed.

    Once those cells are completed, i would like the highlight to disappear and only show the data in black and white again.

    I have tried to do this via conditional formatting but got nowhere. I'm not sure about how i do about setting the mulitple rules.

    An example trimesheet is attached for your viewing.

    Thanks for all of your help!

    JB
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    Last edited by mr_vic; 06-21-2013 at 09:49 AM.

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    Re: Formulas for input rules of a timesheet submission

    Hello
    I've had a go at applying some conditional formatting to Sun, Mon and Tue as an example. Is this what you're looking to do?

    Hope this helps.
    DBY
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    Re: Formulas for input rules of a timesheet submission

    Quote Originally Posted by DBY View Post
    Hello
    I've had a go at applying some conditional formatting to Sun, Mon and Tue as an example. Is this what you're looking to do?

    Hope this helps.
    DBY

    DBY, you are amazing. I wish i knew how to use excel like you.

    Have a great week!

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