Multiple conditional format

Wes

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I have sheet with a range, lets say a1:a10 that have serial numbers of items. I'm not to sure how to get this up and running but I would like the individual cell font to go to Red and Bold for both cells if they happen to house the same serial numbers.
:rolleyes:
Thaks in advance.


Wes
 

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tactps

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Use conditonal formatting (in the format menu):

The criteria should be:
"Formula is" =COUNTIF($A$1:$A$10,$A1)>1

and the format will be bold and red (click on the button and select)

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