Conditional Formatting help

MOB

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Hi

Cell B38 needs to have a red background colour if;

- cell B6 is not zero
- and cell B38 is zero or blank

How can I do this? :unsure:

Thanks
 

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DominicB

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Good afternoon MOB

- cell B6 is not zero
- and cell B38 is zero or blank
Conditional formatting evaluates zero and blank as the same, so we only need to put three conditions not four (assuming that a value must be present in B6)

Formula Is
=AND(NOT(ISBLANK($B$38)),$B$38<>0,$B$38=0)

HTH

DominicB
 

MOB

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Thanks DominicB
 

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