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    conditional formatting issue - comparing two values

    Hello, I am trying to use conditional formatting to detect when two cells have different values. The formula is quite simple: =G50 <> G58 . I want Cell G58 to become red when its value doesn't match with that in G50. The problem is the Cell G58 is always showing red, except when I enter the...
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