"Paste Special Values" type thing for conditional formating?

llcooljabe

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Is there a way to copy and paste conditional formatting to a hardcoded format, much like you would copy a formula and paste it as a value?
 

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Andrew Poulsom

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Paste Special Validation includes the Conditional Format. That should be OK provided you do not have any validation in the source.
 

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