Conditional formatting

SPLUCENA

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Hi,

Can somebody offer assistance on conditional formatting?

IF A2 IS EQUAL TO OR GREATER THAN A1 THE CONDITIONAL FORMAT WILL COLOR THE TEXT AS GREEN.

Thanks,

Splucena
 

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vikingant

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Go through the saame procedure you would for colouring the cell. When you hit the "format" button, there is a font tab. there is a colour option for it.

You might want to also play with the other options....boarders, size font etc.
 

scottylad2

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OPEN CONDITIONAL FORMATTING, go to New rule and type the following.=A2>=A1 then format with a colour you like. If both cells are empty they will be the colour you've chosen.

thats easily changed if its not what you want
 

cummingsea

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In Excel 2007 on the HOME tab click on Conditional Formatting, click new rule, select Format only cells that contain, in the section called edit the rule description, go to the 2nd dropdown box click on the and select Greater than or equals to, go to the 3rd dropdown box and enter condition =A1, then click on the Format button, click on Font tab, click on dropdown box under color select the color you want click OK as many times as need to exit.
 
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