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I need some help with formating a spreadsheet. I need column "a" to reflect the time it take to solve a query, if its longer that 03:00 to change colour to red. if the query is complete for the column to have no colour.
I have dropdowns on the spreadsheet. i also want colour to change when a certain status was selected and it took longer that 24:00 to also change but when its complete to change to no colour.
In Excel 2007 and if you have a cell (say C2) with the value of elapsed time (for example set = A2 which contains start time plus B2 which contains end time - or current time) - click in the cell (C2) then on the Home tab click on Styles >> Conditional formatting choose Highlight Cells Rules>>Greater Than... set your value in the dialog to your respective value and choose your highlight. This is a start - you can then add new rules.
to then apply this same conditional formatting to every cell in that column Ctrl-C to copy the cell you just formatted - then click on the column header to highlght the entire column - Right-click and choose Paste Special - then choose Formatting for what to paste.
It's slightly different in Excel 2003 so let us know what version you are using.
Posted on Mar 21, 2009
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