Conditional Formatting

ibrindley

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I am trying to create a conditional format on a cell using two conditions:

The Value of a Date in the active cell is not > TODAY and the value "No" is present another cell. I have tried:

=(((D13-TODAY())<1) and (F3="No"))
This message was edited by ibrindley on 2002-09-15 06:55
This message was edited by ibrindley on 2002-09-15 06:56
 

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sen_edp

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Hello

try this formula

=(d13<=today())*(f3="No")


hth
 

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