If Statement &Cell Colour

RIVIERA

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I want excel to colour a cell if the statement below is true & another colour if false. Any help greatly appreciated.

=IF (G10<E10,"ALARM","OK")
This message was edited by RIVIERA on 2002-10-25 10:22
 

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lenze

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welcome to the board.

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Von Pookie

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You can just use Conditional Formatting :)

Go to Format|Conditional formatting and then set your criteria.

Hope it helps,
 

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