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IF Cell in column C is highlighted, then cell in column D = cell in column C (Excel 2007)

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    IF Cell in column C is highlighted, then cell in column D = cell in column C (Excel 2007)

    Hi all,

    Column C has rows of values. I want to populate column D as follows: IF Cell in column C is highlighted, then cell in column D = cell in column C, else leave the cell blank. Thank you.

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    Re: IF Cell in column C is highlighted, then cell in column D = cell in column C (Excel 20

    =if(your criteria for column C,C1,"")
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    Re: IF Cell in column C is highlighted, then cell in column D = cell in column C (Excel 20

    Haha, I know my friend. How do you say that your criteria is that a cell is highlighted?

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    Re: IF Cell in column C is highlighted, then cell in column D = cell in column C (Excel 20

    What about sharing some more information, e.g. an add small example of your excel file, without confidential information.

    Please also add manualy the expected result.

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    Re: IF Cell in column C is highlighted, then cell in column D = cell in column C (Excel 20

    Hello, I will be back on later tonight and will answer all question and supply all requested info. Thank you!

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    Re: IF Cell in column C is highlighted, then cell in column D = cell in column C (Excel 20

    Please disregard this thread. I believe I have the solution, thank you.

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    Re: IF Cell in column C is highlighted, then cell in column D = cell in column C (Excel 20

    Could you post the solution, for the benefit of all?

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    Quote Originally Posted by oeldere View Post
    Could you post the solution, for the benefit of all?
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