Gradient Conditional Formula across several cells

Newbienew

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This is kind of a piggy back to another forum "Adding Up Several Percentages". Basically I have a row of x's 98 cells out. With those 98 cells I want to try and get a gradient stretch across all cells at the same time. So if all 98 cells are not filled with an X i would like a percentage of it to be displayed red yellow green. Is this possible?


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Gerald Higgins

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Not sure what you mean exactly but perhaps consider merging the cells containing the Conditional Formating, into one large single cell ?
 

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