Conditional Formatting in XL 2007

doug firr

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Hello

I have a table and each cell in the table has a reasonably long formula in it. The formula returns either a numeric value or a text value "False".

1) I cannot figure out how to apply conditional formatting so that a numeric value is green and a "false" text value, is red.

2) So as to prevent making the formula look too long I'd like to try to avoid using an "if" statement if possible int he conditional formating.

Any ideas anyone?
 

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sawgee2001

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You can try this, but it won't work if you have negative numbers.

Create the first condition: Cell Value Is - greater than or equal to - "a". Select the format you want to use if text were to appear.

Add the second condition: Cell Value Is - greater than or equal to 0. Select the format you want to use if numbers were to appear.

Hope that works for you.
 

doug firr

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That works fine, there should be no negative figures at any point.

Thanks a lot
 
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