Multiple Conditional Formatting Options ...

Russ At Index

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Hello Excel World ,

Once again the management have tasked something & i really don't know where to begin .. so here goes.

A table detailing number of sales from each location . So each cell has a number within it (or it is blank if the
formula result is 0). These cells have been conditionally formatted into four "static" conditions:
Cell value is blank = Blue
<50 = Red
>50,<100 = Amber
>100= Green
So four conditions , and it works perfectly .
Powers that be would like to be able to re model the formatting , for example change the less than , greater than
quantities but keep the same colours.
My question is , is there any way to either dynamically change the rule , or is there an option to have several rules
and you could select that rule ?.
Any ideas , as always gratefully received..
Many thanks ,
Russ.
 

Fluff

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You're welcome & thanks for the feedback.
 

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