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Old December 31st 05, 07:29 AM posted to microsoft.public.excel.misc
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Default If formulation: Is it possible...

That if a value is greater than 40.00 in a particular cell, that the value
greater than 40.00 show up in another cell in a different color?

for example if A1 cell value is 41.75, then B1 cell will show 1.75 in red.

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in B1 put

=A1

then select B1, do formatconditional formatting, cell value greater than
40

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That if a value is greater than 40.00 in a particular cell, that the value
greater than 40.00 show up in another cell in a different color?

for example if A1 cell value is 41.75, then B1 cell will show 1.75 in red.


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Old December 31st 05, 07:52 AM posted to microsoft.public.excel.misc
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tHAT DIDNT WORK. i WOULD LIKE THE CELL TO SHOW THE GREATER VALUE ONLY.

"Peo Sjoblom" wrote:

in B1 put

=A1

then select B1, do formatconditional formatting, cell value greater than
40

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Regards,

Peo Sjoblom

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"OSCAR" wrote in message
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That if a value is greater than 40.00 in a particular cell, that the value
greater than 40.00 show up in another cell in a different color?

for example if A1 cell value is 41.75, then B1 cell will show 1.75 in red.



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Hi!

A1 = 41.75

Enter this formula in B1:

=IF(A140,A1-40,"")

Select cell B1
Goto FormatConditional Formatting
Select: Formula Is
Enter this formula in the box:

=LEN(B1)

Click the Format button
Select the style(s) desired
OK out

Biff

"OSCAR" wrote in message
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tHAT DIDNT WORK. i WOULD LIKE THE CELL TO SHOW THE GREATER VALUE ONLY.

"Peo Sjoblom" wrote:

in B1 put

=A1

then select B1, do formatconditional formatting, cell value greater
than
40

--
Regards,

Peo Sjoblom

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"OSCAR" wrote in message
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That if a value is greater than 40.00 in a particular cell, that the
value
greater than 40.00 show up in another cell in a different color?

for example if A1 cell value is 41.75, then B1 cell will show 1.75 in
red.







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