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    I have a sheet with data which I have to update manualy every day.
    Is there any way (not VBA) to change the colour of the row every time I make a change to a data in that row.
    At the end of entering data I would like to remove all colours from whole sheet.
    Any suggestions ?
    Thanks in advance

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    Have you tried using Tools - Track Changes
    You can accept them when you have finished editing

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    Hi Sax


    Take a look at Conditional Formatting under "Format"



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