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Conditional Formatting more than one year old

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    Conditional Formatting more than one year old

    I've searched the forum and tried a few of the formulas for formatting different ages, but I can't get it to work for more than a year.

    I want to

    Highlight in red any date more than 1 year old

    Highlight in yellow any date 11 months old

    I know this must be very simple, but my with limited knowledge, I can't get it to work. I know how to set the different colors etc, but not the formula.

    Thanks in advance for any help

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    Hello,

    see if attached file helps u. It makes use of 'Datedif' function in conditional formating.
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