Weekly Planner- conditional formatiing

adusiiaa

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Hello,

I've created a weekly planner for revision, it has a start date, duration and % completed. The dates are in columns eg 29/03 am and 29/03 pm...

It's all great when i enter the duration as 1 day and it highlights both AM and PM for that day. Can anyone tell me what is the conditional formatting formula that i can input so that if i enter 0.5 as duration is would only highlight 29/03 am, or if i enter 1.5 it will highlight 29/03 am 29/03 pm and 01/04 am etc based on the start date.

Help Pleease :)!
 

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