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    Default Conditional Formatting when all Fields = TRUE

    I am trying to change the border of a group of fields once all the fields contain the word TRUE. I was trying to set up a formula in Conditional Formatting but I do not know how.

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    Default Re: Conditional Formatting when all Fields = TRUE

    set a formula in conditional formatting

    select the range of cells - if say C2 to D20
    then add a formula to conditional formatting =C2
    and format to put a border round

    that will put a border around the individual cells - not a group
    I dont know how to do a group with just a border around the outside
    Wayne

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