Conditional Formatting: Pivot table

taylor6869

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  1. 365
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Hey All, I am trying to use conditional formatting in a Pivot Table. I need to format a date column based on a True/False value in another column. I have tried to use the formula =$L1="False" but it is not formatting some of the dates that correspond with False. Any ideas what I am doing wrong?
 

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