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Default Hello! I'm a newbie to this forum from Adelaide, South Australia.

Hi Ron,

Am Mon, 4 Jan 2021 15:30:56 +0000 schrieb ron.hume:

I have a budget worksheet using Excel 2013 15.0.5301.1000 32 bit.
The left column contains fortnightly dates, each date row has income,
expenses and a balance.
I highlight the current date row with a colour fill manually, but I want
to fill the row of the next date automatically as the current date
Can someone give me a step by step way to do that or at least give me a
I imagine the IF thing may be useful to compare dates.

select your table from A1 to D and the end = Conditional Formatting =
and enter there the formula:
and choose the expected interior color.

Claus B.
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