Conditional Formatting

liozzi

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Hi there,

could someone help
how if i want to white out the font, if there is duplication in a table range.
can it be done with conditional formatting?

Thanks in advance..
 

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dave3009

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Use Formula Is: =COUNTIF($A$2:A2, A2)>1 and set a white font format.
 

texasalynn

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Try this in conditional format - where my data to look for duplicates is in Column H

formula is
=COUNTIF($H$6:$H6,H6)>1
then select format font color white
 

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