Excel formula/Conditional formating

tnoe

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How do I word this in to a formula?

If H7 is less than zero then I need the cell G7 to automaticlly be highlighted.

Can this be none in conditional formating?

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Tnoe
 

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in G7, CF -> Formula is... -> =H7<0

highlight as desired per format.

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tnoe

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THANK YOU.

Now I run into another question.

How do you word this in Conditional formating?

If A11 is greater than zero then B11 through f11 highlights.

Thanks
Tnoe
 

Aladin Akyurek

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tnoe said:
...How do you word this in Conditional formating?

If A11 is greater than zero then B11 through f11 highlights...

Are you looking for:

=MATCH($B11,$B$11:$F$11,0)*(N($A$11)>0)
 
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