Changing conditions of cells

craigwojo

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Hi everyone,

In column "A" is condtional formatted. YES & NO.
In column "B" is a currency value.

When a cell in column A is = "YES" I need the font color in column "B" to be grey.

How can I do this?

Thank you,
Craig
 

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Oaktree

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Jun 20, 2002
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Office Version
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Select B1:B100 (or whatever your range is) and go to format --> conditional formatting. Change "Cell Value is" to "Formula is" and enter the formula as =A1="YES". Click "Format", and apply the desired formatting if the criterion is met, and click OK twice.
 

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