Help with Table References in Conditional Format

chobe

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My table (tblexpense) has column headers Jan - Dec. I understand that if I want to sum row in table I can use reference =sum(tblExpense[@[Jan]:[Dec]]). How can I create conditional format to highlight any cell in table row if the value exceeds a budget threshold I've set for that expense?

Is this possible or would I have to create a rule for every individual cell?
 

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Would the threshold be the same for every cell in the table?
 

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