Conditional Format Formula

The Animal

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Hi
I would like a conditional format formula that red fills cell M6 if EITHER cell I6 OR J6 is blank and only if H6 has a value in the cell. If cell H6 does not have a value conditional format is just ignored.
So the object is that there should always be a value in both I6 and J6 if there is a value in H6, if either I6 or J6 has a value missing M6 will fill color red.
Thanks for any help
Stephen
 

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FormR

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Hi, sounds like:

=AND(H6<>"",OR(I6="",J6=""))
 

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