Conditional Formatting – Excel 2003

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Conditional formatting
Excel 2003
Excel Formatting
Microsoft Excel
Hello, I would like to know how to setup a conditional format for the following example. Ex. Column 1: Company Column 2: Begin Date Column 3: End Date Column 4: Exceed Date if >3 (Calculates Column 2 & 3 in Days) Conditional Format for Column 4: if days exceeded 3 and "eguals the company in column 1" then the cell would be shaded RED. Thank you for your help!
ASKED: February 9, 2009  8:20 PM
UPDATED: February 10, 2009  5:42 PM

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This works in Excel 2007.
1) Select Conditional Formatting->New Rule
2) Rule type is “Usa a formula to determine which cells to format”
3) The conditional formula is: =AND(D5>3,D5=A5)
4) Select “Format” to pick your fill color

In my test row 4 contains company 3 in column A and 3 in column D and is not hilighted. Row 5 contains 5 in column A and 5 in column D and is hilighted.

Hope this helps.

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