conditional formatting

jbmahoney

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Hi,

Is there any way to use some form of conditional formatting which has over 3 conditions, I am looking to highlight within a large range of random numbers any which equal 7 chosen ones.

Any help would be gratefully appreciated.
Jb
 

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jbmahoney

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I need the same formatting for if any of the 60 numbers equal the 7 chosen ones.
 

GlennUK

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Are the 7 chosen ones in a list by any chance? If so a simple MATCH formula can be part of a condition formula to highlight the cells. Give cells locations of your ranges and I can tell you the formula to use.
 

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