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Have the following formula and if a "p" is inserted, I want the color of the
cell to be green(ok), if "x" red(problem).
=IF(C66="","",IF(C66=$B66,"p","x"))

I saw this somewhere but can't find.

Thanks,
L.





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Old November 28th 05, 09:00 PM posted to microsoft.public.excel.setup
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Look at format|conditional formatting.

"L." wrote:

Have the following formula and if a "p" is inserted, I want the color of the
cell to be green(ok), if "x" red(problem).
=IF(C66="","",IF(C66=$B66,"p","x"))

I saw this somewhere but can't find.

Thanks,
L.


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Old November 28th 05, 09:07 PM posted to microsoft.public.excel.setup
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Thanks, that's it.
L.

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Look at format|conditional formatting.

"L." wrote:

Have the following formula and if a "p" is inserted, I want the color of
the
cell to be green(ok), if "x" red(problem).
=IF(C66="","",IF(C66=$B66,"p","x"))

I saw this somewhere but can't find.

Thanks,
L.


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