Conditional Formatting

Donald

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Is it possible to do the following:

If cell A1 is <100, then fill cell C1 with yellow (or any) color.

If so, how? Thanks!
 

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Scott Huish

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  2. 2010
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In Conditional Formatting, change Cell Value is to Formula Is and use the following formula:

Code:
=$A1<100

If you don't want it to format if A1 was blank, then perhaps:

Code:
=($A1<100)*($A1<>"")
 

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