Conditional Formatting based on dynamic Date

Modifier1000

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Hello all, brand new to the site.</SPAN>

Anyways, </SPAN>I have an Excel file with conditional formatting (screenshot attached), if the condition is true, the entire row shall be highlighted (to Green) and have a top/bottom border.</SPAN></SPAN>

What I really need is for the condition to format based on the following criteria:</SPAN>


-Highlight (Green) w/borders if the day for the previous month is greater than the 14th</SPAN>.</SPAN>
Note1: ‘Previous month’ is the month before the Excel file was created.
Note2: The date is in the format: Date [3/14/01]</SPAN>


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Any help is much appreciated.</SPAN>
 

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cyrilbrd

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Hi,
try =AND(T3>41806,T3<41820)
 
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Modifier1000

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Thank you for responding, but doesn't the formula you provided only evaluate between two specific dates (6/16/2014 & 6/30/2014)?

I need to evaluate only on the days (15th thru End-of-Month) based on the previous month from whenever the file was created.

For instance:
If the file was created on March, I need the Condition based the previous month (February) for the 15th thru End-of-Month.
If the file was created on April, I need the Condition based the previous month (March) for the 15th thru End-of-Month.
If the file was created on May, I need the Condition based the previous month (April) for the 15th thru End-of-Month.
...and so on.
 

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try =AND(DAY(T3)>=15,T3<=EOMONTH(T3,0))
 

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