Highlight the lesser value

pdizzy

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Hi

If A1 = £3.59 and B1 = £3.60 and C1 = £3.32 what formula or conditional format do I need to have the lesser value (in this case C1) to be highlighted?

The values change as you go down the worksheet and on line B it could be B2 which has the lesser value.

Thanks
 

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VoG

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Hi. Select A1:C1 then use the CF formula

=A1=MIN($A1:$C1)
 

pdizzy

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Hi

Thanks, that works on one line but how do I get it to continue the format all down the sheet?

Thanks
 

VoG

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Select A:C from row 1 all the way down then use the same CF formula.
 

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