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    conditional formatting

    sl no name tct count sgt count


    1 hhh 23 2380


    2 iii 28 3580

    3 jjj 26 4300

    4 kkk 20 5800


    sir my querry is>> via conditional formatting how can i mark row "red color" for the names who fall between 2000-3000 sgts,"yellow color" for names falling between 3000-4000 blue color if some one falls between 4000-5000 and green for persons falling between 5000-6000 sg countsmay be in future more names will be added and they should choose automatically their color as per their sg t counts.how is it possible can some body help me out>>please note that all are in seperate columns>>

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    Re: conditional formatting

    1. Select the range of cells for which you want to apply the conditional format
    2. Ribbon menu > Home Tab > click Conditional Formatting button then choose "Highlight cell rules" and choose the "Between option and enter your parameters.
    3. Choose the color setting - you can customize the format as desired.

    Repeated as needed for all parameters and colors choices.

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    Re: conditional formatting

    sir actually its not hilighting the entire row and secondly its not giving all the proper color options

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    Re: conditional formatting

    Post example.. Would be easier to give you answer that way than to write it here...

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    Re: conditional formatting

    its already at the top>>

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    Re: conditional formatting

    is there any other option to post>>

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    Re: conditional formatting

    I don't see it. Upload example workbook and manualy color cells you want to be conditionaly formated.

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    Re: conditional formatting

    Immediately below your first thread is the "Edit Post" button. Click this button, then click Go Advanced and scroll down to Manage Attachments - upload from there.

    You may also make a new reply in this thread and Go Advanced to manage Attachments.

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    Re: conditional formatting

    I only have 2003 available at present so this example is limited to your first three conditions.
    You should be able to add the remaining conditions in 2007 using the given formulae as examples.
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    Re: conditional formatting

    date clientname amount

    9/10/2011 Jainsons International 9,360.70
    3/10/2011 Bajj Auto Finance inc. 13,059.30
    14/10/2011 Kirloskar Bro Ltd. 5,032.10
    9/10/2011 Carer Launcher inc 14,679.70
    1/10/2011 State Bank of Pat 13,995.40
    8/10/2011 Kon int Pvt Ltd 5,746.50
    23/10/2011 Century Aluminium works inc 2,856.70
    16/10/2011 Access & Sniper 3,662.40
    9/10/2011 Favourite love Investments Ltd. 2,978.10
    19/10/2011 LA Maionics 2,041.90
    19/10/2011 Link viscom inc 4,763.10
    1/10/2011 Apple Electrnics Pvt. Ltd. 8,377.40
    9/10/2011 Mail SaNav inc 8,164.70

    i just wanted to know that from the following specimen by using conditional formatting how can i color the entire row of the data of 9 th and 19 th date of 10 th month
    kindly suggest me>>plz note all the data are in seperate cells>>
    Last edited by jaydeep; 12-25-2011 at 03:11 AM.

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    Re: conditional formatting

    sir just give me the fourmulae>>in new rules i am adding=$A1=9/10/2011,19/10/2011 but its not working

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    Re: conditional formatting

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    Re: conditional formatting

    thank you sir>>one thing i would like to ask is that you have made it under date format m/d/yyyywill it work in d/m/yyyy or should i have to make any alterations>>

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    Re: conditional formatting

    .....you have made it under date format m/d/yyyy
    Where have I done this? ...

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