Conditional Formatting

yodzak

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When I try to use Conditional Formatting, I click on the Format button and on the Font tab the Font choice and the Font size are greyed out. I cannot change them. In the past I have been able to change them, but not now.

Thanks for you help,
Yodzak
 

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yodzak

Are you sure you could do that previously?

I can't recall ever being able to change the font or it's size using conditional formatting.
 

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