Conditional formatting colour scales on different cell

vwone

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Hi, I have used colour scale to format the % complete cell but I need the format to be the same in column a so I can hide column b. Is there an easy way of doing this I want to keep the colour scale? Thanks
Statuspercent complete
Complete100%
Complete100%
Complete100%
Complete100%
Some to plan90%
Complete100%
Complete100%
Some to plan90%
Complete95%
progressing50%
Complete100%
Complete100%
Not started0%
Not started0%

<colgroup><col><col></colgroup><tbody>
</tbody>

<tbody>
</tbody>

 

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