conditional format

Peter1973

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I am trying to put a conditional format in cell B1 so that if A1=0 then no format is set however if A1 is >0 then the format cell as red if it =0.

Any help appreciated
 

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dominictagle

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=IF(A1>0,"TRUE","FALSE")

put this in the conditional formatting in the ribbon and hit New Rule and choose ==> Use a formula to determine which cells to format. prior to that, highlight the cells you want to format. I hope it'll help.. =)
 

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