Conditional Formatting With New Rule

RAJESH1960

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Hi, Is it possible to use conditional formatting in a table. If I add new data in the last row, the conditional formatting should apply to that row also.
In this image the row containing the date, the day and month should match with the day and month in cell G1 which is fixed as = today() and format the whole row/rows with a selected color. It works but if I add new data in the next empty cell, it doesn't include that in the condition. So I was wondering if I could convert it into a table.
 

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RAJESH1960

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  1. Windows
Like I said (and is mentioned in the Rules), we will allow it if users mention that they are doing so and provide a link.
How do I provide a Link..? or just mention that I have asked the same question in so and so forum, along with my question.
 

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Joe4

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You go to the other place where you have pasted the question, copy the URL, and paste it here.
 

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