Turn off conditional formatting from Entire Row

champracer29

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Morning,

I managed to get entire row with conditional formatting depending on one cell (which is based on categories for each different colors).

Now I am wondering if Excel could turn off the entire row of conditional formatting if insert a date in different cell on same row?

Example:

Column: A - Case number, B - Name, C - Issue, D - Category, E - Date
Row: list of tickets

If there category is picked as 'Bug' then it turn in red entire row. But if the date is inserted, then the entire row should be no color, (no fill).

Is that possible? - Thanks those who can answer this.
 

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xenou

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If "Date Entered" trumps all other conditions, then you can either:

Alternative 1:

Set up conditional formatting with 2 conditional formats (excel will apply the first one that is "true"). So your first conditional format is "Date Entered" is > 0, and the conditional format is no formatting. Your second conditional format is the one you already have.

Alternative 2:

Set your conditional format criteria to include this value also. If your conditional format is:
D1 = "BUG"
Change it to:
AND(D1 = "BUG", E1 > 0)

Does that make sense?

If not post, your actual conditional format criteria for further inspection.
 

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