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    HI, GUYS.

    is it possible, for me to use conditional formatting, what i am trying to do is,

    if you enter a number in cell A1, for example 4, then cells B1:B4 will be colored "green", and if you enter for example 10 in cell A1, then cells B1:B10, will be colored "green"

    If you have any idea how to do this, then please let me know.

    BK
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    is it possible, for me to use conditional formatting, what i am trying to do is,

    if you enter a number in cell A1, for example 4, then cells B1:B4 will be colored "green", and if you enter for example 10 in cell A1, then cells B1:B10, will be colored "green"


    Activate column B by ckicking on B on the column indicator.

    Acivate Format|Conditional Formatting.
    Activate Formula Is for Condition 1.
    Enter as formula:

    =ROW($B1)<=$A$1

    Activate Format.
    Select green on the Patterns tab.
    Activate OK, OK.


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    Thanx alot Aladin.

    BK
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