time conditional format

jammoca

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in cell D10 I have a clock that is updating itself evey second

in cells K7 to K37 I have some hand-entered times ( eg: 10:35, 10:40, 10:45, etc etc etc )

I want any cell that lies in the K7:K37 range that have a time that is earlier than the clock time in D10 to be filled with yellow. Essentially I'm trying to make a progress bar for time elapsed.

I already have a cell returning the time elapsed, I just want to make this bar.

any ideas ??
 

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venkat1926

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use CONDITIONAL FORMATTING

select K 7. click format=conditional format

the cellvalue is less than $D$10

then click format and click pattern and choose yellow
click ok

copy K7 down wih pastespecial -formats
 

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