Two Conditions to highlight cells

yazRS

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Hi All,

I am trying to use conditional formatting to highlight cells if two conditions are met. On my spreadsheet, I am asking the question "Have you completed this worksheet?" and if the person chooses "yes" from the drop down menu in cell C2 then I want all the blank cells within E8:L19 to highlight yellow alerting the participant that they neglected to answer some of the questions.

Thanks in advance!
 

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V_Malkoti

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Select range E8:L19 and apply this in conditional formatting formula

=IF(AND($C$2="Yes", ISBLANK(E8)), TRUE, FALSE)
 

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