Conditional Format IF

Zedved

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I need to color a cell if a range is greater than a value.

If((sum(D32:F32))/64.5)>.8 then color E32 orange.

Please I need it as a forumla to put in the conditional formatting window.

Pathetic I know, but I found my own answer: =(SUM(D32:F32)/64.5)>0.8
 
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Zedved

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VoG - that sums two cells, but I need to sum a range of three cells.
Thank you for your reply.
 

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