conditional formatting quotation marks

Kaps_mr2

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For some reason Excel insists on putting quotation marks around any formulae that I try use in Conditional formatting. E.g if I type in:-

H6 > 12

then Excel uses:-

"H6>12"

can anybody explain why & how to stop this ? Thanks

Kaps

(Excel 2007)
 

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