conditional formatting - formulas??

mags74

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is it possible to have an if/or statement in the formula bar for conditional formatting?

I already have the other two conditions and would like to combine the last one since it is referencing the same cell....

thank you for your help in advance.
 

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Peter_SSs

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is it possible to have an if/or statement in the formula bar for conditional formatting?

I already have the other two conditions and would like to combine the last one since it is referencing the same cell....

thank you for your help in advance.
I think the answer will be "yes", but you would need to tell us just what you have (and where) as well as all the conditions you are trying to implement. As well as describing the above in words, tell us what CF formulas you already have for the first 2 conditions.
 

mags74

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ok = cells A1, B1, C1

ranges that is color is E5:S10

the first condition is if "A1" = No the range is colored Red

the second condition is if "B1" = No the range is colored Blue

the third condition (one that I am needing) = if C1 is not blank and before 12/31/2006 then the range would be Yellow.

Is that enough information?

thank you again for your help.
 

Peter_SSs

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Does this Condition 3 do what you want?
Code:
=AND($C$1>0,$C$1<DATE(2007,12,31))
 

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