Print Conditional formatting

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Is it possible?? I have some cells blanked out white some other in other colours but when i print it shows everything i either didnt want to show or doesnt highlight info i want highlighted :oops:
 

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mwoodhe

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Hi, I have a similar problem. I have 2 conditional format rules on many cells. One to shade grey where certain % tolerance is met and the other to not shade where contains character - (indicating no data). When it prints out it prints the cells containing - with the grey shading on.

Any thoughts?
 
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