Conditional Formatting Highlight a matching set

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Kingchaos64

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So I'm looking for a formula or Vba that will highlight a set of cells( one cell being a number the other being a date) if a same set of cells is found in a table range of data.

I would think it would be a formula in Conditional Formatting that will highlight the matching set.

Let's say R6 down to R20 has today's date in each cell and S6 down to S20 have numbers. I would like them to highlight themselves if a match set is found in the table next the this list. In the table A Column is a list of dates and B Column is a list of numbers.

So if R12 and S12 match A17 and B17, R12 and S12 will automatically highlight and stay that way until the next day when the date formula "Today" in R Column changes all the dates.

Tired asking this question in a different post but I think I was asking the wrong question in the beginning.
 

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Peter_SSs

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Duplicate to: Make a checklist type of thing

In future, please do not post the same question multiple times. Per Forum Rules (#12), posts of a duplicate nature will be locked or deleted.

In relation to your question here, I have closed this thread so please continue in the linked thread. I have added the additional information here into that thread for you.
 
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