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    If conditional formatting?

    is it possible to do this?

    what i want to do is say:

    If A1="" then color B1 and C1 black, basically turning those cells off
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    Re: If conditional formatting?

    Select B1:C1 and go to Home tab.. Conditional Formatting and select New Rule

    Select Use a formula to determine which cells to format

    then enter formula =$A$1=""

    Click Format and choose Black from the Fill tab.
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    Re: If conditional formatting?

    Thank you, learning everyday

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