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    question: I have 20 columns of data, in one of the columns I have a row of dates: example: 1/31/02, what i would like to do is compare the date against today, if its less than or equal to todays date I would like the row of data to turn red. Any help would be appreciated.

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    On 2002-03-21 09:37, rickf2220 wrote:
    question: I have 20 columns of data, in one of the columns I have a row of dates: example: 1/31/02, what i would like to do is compare the date against today, if its less than or equal to todays date I would like the row of data to turn red. Any help would be appreciated.
    Lets say that that column where you have dates is C and that your data start start in row 1.

    Select all of the cells of your data range.
    Activate Format|Conditional Formatting.
    Choose Formula Is for Condition 1.
    Enter in the formula box:

    =$C1<=TODAY()

    Activate Format.
    Select a color on the Patterns tab.
    Click OK, OK.

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    That worked, thanks for your help.

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