Conditional Formatting

demolitian2000

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Hi..

Any idea of how to create conditional formatting across worksheets, in other words not just kept in the one worksheet?

Not sure if its possible!

Cheers in advance
 

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fairwinds

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May 15, 2003
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Hi,

It is not cear what you want to do but my guess is that you want to compare a valure with walue(s) on another sheet in conditional formatting.

You can do this if you defune names for the ranges in the other sheets.
 

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