Due Date

kfcam

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Hi All,
I am new here and this is my second post concerning this problem. I will like to understand how to do the following:
I have 4 colums "Address, invoice #, Due Dates, date payed. I need to have all rows pertaining to dates due TODAY, to be highlited in red. I have a cell (=TODAY() ) which brings up the current date.
Please help.
Thanks in advance.
/keith
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Chitosunday

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Use conditional formating (format, conditional,condition 1 , formula,)
=A1<=TODAY()

then formmat the font as red
 
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