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    Setting the range, Type mismatch

    Hi, I have this code, conditional formatting and it won't run because of the type mismatch error occurring.

    I tried dozen different expressions like ("1:2000", "A1, AZ2000", A1, A2000"....etc)

    I just can't figure it out why it is giving me the error

    between **** is the where it gives me the miss match error

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    Re: Setting the range, Type mismatch

    You would say
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    Re: Setting the range, Type mismatch

    Thank you very much, i was able to fix that, but now it is giving me the mismatch again at "Set condition1 = ..." part, is it also because i missed something?

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    Re: Setting the range, Type mismatch

    I would guess that
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    Re: Setting the range, Type mismatch

    Your syntax is wrong in several places. You're actually getting a TypeMismatch because the returned object is a Databar, not a FormatCondition. Your formula also has too many brackets in it and there's no Entirerow property for a FormatCondition. Change the code to:

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    Re: Setting the range, Type mismatch

    Sorry about that, just wanted to update the current status did not realize it would cause confusion. but in all, Thank you for the help!

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    Re: Setting the range, Type mismatch

    Thank you for the help, now it works great! thank you for the help you all!

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