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Add a background for a specific coloumn and keep the dedicated ROW COLOUR

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    Add a background for a specific coloumn and keep the dedicated ROW COLOUR

    Hello there, this is my first post on the forum

    I would like to keep all the technical issues regarding my Monster Journal here and here we go:

    Problem nr1:

    Is it possible to add a background for a specific coloumn and keep the dedicated ROW COLOUR as it passes through the coloumn?
    And if so, how is it done?


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    Re: My Monster journal and the arising technical obstacles

    Conditional Formatting would over-ride a background colour.
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    Re: Add a background for a specific coloumn and keep the dedicated ROW COLOUR

    Administrative Note:

    Welcome to the forum.

    We would very much like to help you with your query, however the thread title does not really convey what your request is about. Tell us what you are trying to do, not how you think it should be done.

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    Re: My Monster journal and the arising technical obstacles

    Thanks for the info

    That is the indeed the problem.

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