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    I've searched for the answer before bothering the forum

    I'm using conditional formatting but I either get only the first cells to change or if i use the $B$2, it changes every cell regardless of the rule. Here it is: CF= =B2="Kermit" Only changes A2 - rest of spreadsheet to green and none of the other selected sales (through F500) CF=...
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