Conditional formatting for UPPER case

mnmhenry

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Mar 28, 2002
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Hi there,
Can I change text color by way of conditional formatting for a cell that has CAPITOL LETTER.

Lower case can stay as the default, but when the cell holds upper case text (a sub heading) I would like it to be red.

Thanks in advance & "up the mighty blues!"
 

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jim may

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Use FormulaIS:

=EXACT(A1,UPPER(A1))
Pattern Red,

OK, OK
 

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