Conditional Format Reset on Pivot after filter

Jennie Smith

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Office Version
  1. 2007
Platform
  1. Windows
Hello -

I have a workbook that want to highlight my company products by name, bold font. The initial formatting works but after I filter, the formatting only stays on first column. I can go into the rule and change the end column from A to M but I am trying to set this up for other users. I have looked into the easy fixes in format options but keeping changes is not working. I have tried clearing the formatting and setting it up fresh but get the same result. If this is a VBA, I am unsure how to write. Any ideas? I have exhausted my search options.
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