conditional formatting

DMcD

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Is there a way to conditionally format a cell when the cell contains a formula? This is an input cell that would normally contain a user-entered number, but I want to highlight the cell if the user has actually entered a formula.

Never mind... I just found David Hagar's previously posted solution. Problem Solved.
This message was edited by DMcD on 2002-10-30 15:04
 

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always nice to post links to previous threads that solved the problem...
 

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