Conditional Formatting on Cell that is outside the 365 days warranty end date

gplans

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I am trying to set some conditional formatting on cell that are outside the 365 days warranty end date that is entered into the cell.

19/07/2019Within warranty
30/11/2018Highlighted cell warranty ended
16/06/2019Within warranty
19/07/2019Within warranty

<colgroup><col><col></colgroup><tbody>
</tbody>

<colgroup><col></colgroup><tbody>
</tbody>

<colgroup><col></colgroup><tbody>
</tbody>

Cant seem to find anything that matches my criteria. Any help thanks.
 

gplans

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No, it was formula in CF rules: =IF(#REF!="","",DATEDIF(#REF!,TODAY(),"d")>7)

I'll look at CFs later

Ya I need that. If the issues has not been resolved within 7 days it will highlight another cell in the spreadsheet.
 

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sandy666

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try
Code:
[highlight][B][COLOR="#0000FF"][1][/COLOR][/B][/highlight] =IF(C3>TODAY(),0,ABS(TODAY()-C3)>=365)
after add another CF rule, move rule [highlight][1][/highlight] to the top
 

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try
Code:
[highlight][B][COLOR=#0000FF][1][/COLOR][/B][/highlight] =IF(C3>TODAY(),0,ABS(TODAY()-C3)>=365)
after add another CF rule, move rule [highlight][1][/highlight] to the top


This still did not work. This formula produced the same results as the previous one.


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Picture is useless, all I can say is: Beautiful Picture!
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gplans

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I got it to work.

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<today()), "")
<today()), "")
<today(),'')<today()), "")
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<today()), "")'

This is very close to the formula that you supplied earlier.

=R3>TODAY() except that > is now <

Thanks for all your help</today()),></today(),'')<today()),></today()),></today()),></today()),></today()),></today()),>
 
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