Conditional Format when calculation equals whole number

NWPhotoExplorer

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I have a calculation that is adding up the values of some fields. I am trying to get it to highlight when the number it adds up to is a whole number, like 1, 2, 3, etc.
My calculation is =SUBTOTAL(9,T_JOBS[Hours (decimal)])

I tried using INT and MOD and some IF statements, but I am not coming up with anything that works. This has to be so simple, yet I've been struggling with it all day. Hopefully, someone out there knows how to do this!

Thanks in advance!
 

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mabbutt

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I have a calculation that is adding up the values of some fields. I am trying to get it to highlight when the number it adds up to is a whole number, like 1, 2, 3, etc.
My calculation is =SUBTOTAL(9,T_JOBS[Hours (decimal)])

I tried using INT and MOD and some IF statements, but I am not coming up with anything that works. This has to be so simple, yet I've been struggling with it all day. Hopefully, someone out there knows how to do this!

Thanks in advance!
Select the cell(s) that you want to be highlighted and add this formula via conditional formatting:

Excel Formula:
=IF(LEN(A1),MOD(A1,1)=0,"")

Change A1 to the cell you are referencing.
 

NWPhotoExplorer

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I had run across that formula yesterday, but I can't seem to make it work. I'm not sure what the deal is. Here is a small sample of my table. I am working with time, so I wonder if that is the issue.

Job Tracker.xlsx
ABC
1Total Hours
21.00
3Start Time (hh:mm)End Time (hh:mm)Hours (decimal)
46:457:240.650
57:257:460.350
6
7FALSE
Sheet1
Cell Formulas
RangeFormula
C2C2=SUBTOTAL(9,Table1[Hours (decimal)])
C4:C5C4=([@[End Time (hh:mm)]]-[@[Start Time (hh:mm)]])*24
C7C7=IF(LEN(C2),MOD(C2,1)=0,"")
Cells with Conditional Formatting
CellConditionCell FormatStop If True
C2Expression=IF(LEN(C2),MOD(C2,1)=0,"")textNO
 

mabbutt

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Change the conditional formatting formula to
Excel Formula:
=MINUTE(A1)=0
 

StephenCrump

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Because of minor rounding discrepancies, C2 is actually 0.999999999999984, not 1.

I suggest you change C2: =ROUND(SUBTOTAL(9,Table1[Hours (decimal)]),N)

where N is your choice, say 2?
 
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