Conditional Formating when link is updated - SOLVED

Studpure

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Hi,

I have this database/list on one workbook with each row linked to a report/file.

Each time I receive a filled out report I just save it in the files folder.

Is it possible to show with a conditional formating if that link has been automaticaly changed since the last time I opened the database.

In other words, make a row with a red pattern if the report is not the blank one that I sent to be filled out.

Thanks for any help on that.

JP

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I pasted the database in values only next to the linked one and made a simple conditional formating 'cell is not equal to'= relative cell of value database.

That does the trick.

Maybe someone has a better way to do it?
This message was edited by Studpure on 2002-10-29 09:36
 

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