=IF(E5<=36,E5-7,"")=IF(E5>36,E5-9,"")

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One way would be to create a colunn C and use the formula: =COUNTIF(B$2:B$200,A2) in cell C2. Then copy the formula down to C200. (assuming you have 200 entries in B...). This will put a "1" next to every number in Column A that has a match in column B. Then you could put a conditional formula in column A that will highlight the cell if the value in column C is equal to 1. Alternatively you could also simply filter for 1's in column C and then manually highlight the cells that show up in A!

Sep 16, 2014 | Microsoft Excel for PC

option: formula is

formula: =(datecell="")

select formatting of choice

Highlight the order cells, go to >format>conditional formatting, choose "formula is" instead of "cell is". When you refer to the datecell, use the first date cell in the column only, and do not use $ signs.

formula: =(datecell="")

select formatting of choice

Highlight the order cells, go to >format>conditional formatting, choose "formula is" instead of "cell is". When you refer to the datecell, use the first date cell in the column only, and do not use $ signs.

Jan 09, 2013 | Microsoft Excel Computers & Internet

Format cells A1 and B1 to dates.

A1 is the first date

B1 is the 2nd date

C1 enter the formula below

=DATEDIF(A1,B1,"y")&" years "&DATEDIF(A1,B1,"ym")&" months "&DATEDIF(A1,B1,"md")&" days"

A1 is the first date

B1 is the 2nd date

C1 enter the formula below

=DATEDIF(A1,B1,"y")&" years "&DATEDIF(A1,B1,"ym")&" months "&DATEDIF(A1,B1,"md")&" days"

Jun 23, 2011 | Microsoft Excel for PC

Need to have a greater than or equal to on one otherwise excell will get confused.

Nov 29, 2010 | Microsoft Office Excel 2003 for PC

Enter data the number 10 on cell A1. Enter data the number 20 on cell B2. Mouse click on cell C3. Press equal sign, press left arrow, press *, press left arrow twice, press enter. Mouse click on cell C3. You'll see your formula on the address bar. Hope this helps.

Mar 06, 2009 | Microsoft Office Excel 2003 for PC

Convert to UPPER, Proper or lower

Auto Convert to UPPER, Proper or lower

Stop VBA Being Case Sensitive

Select Case Statement. Great alternative to Else If Statements

VBA: CBool(),CByt(),CCur(),CDate(),CDbl()Double,CDec(),CInt(),CLng(),CSng(),CStr(),CVar().

dDate=cDate("25-Jan-07")

Convert Numbers to Words

Convert Numbers to Dollar Amount in Words

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Conditional Formatting

More Than 3 Conditional Formats

Conditional Format Fonts for greater than 3

Custom Formats

Excel see a cells format as having four Sections. These are, from left to right: Positives;Negatives;Zeros;Text.

To hide zeros cell-by-cell use a Custom Number Format like

To hide zeros on the Workbook level go to

Dec 15, 2008 | Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition

You should use the formula COUNT (Cell1, Cell2), please replace Cell1 and Cell2 for the range of your cells in Excell. You could use too the formula COUNT.IF(Cell1,Cell2,Criterion), Cell1 and Cell2 is the range of cells when can exist an entry.

Example The final formula is like:

COUNT(A1:A5)/COUNT.IF(A1:A5,"=x")*100

Example The final formula is like:

COUNT(A1:A5)/COUNT.IF(A1:A5,"=x")*100

Nov 24, 2008 | Microsoft Office 2003 Basic Edition...

select CONDITIONAL FORMATING in Format

select FORMULA IS , CELL VALUE = > < (condition)

after this select Format

font style , COLOR

SEE IT WILL WORK CHANGE OF COLOURS ........

select FORMULA IS , CELL VALUE = > < (condition)

after this select Format

font style , COLOR

SEE IT WILL WORK CHANGE OF COLOURS ........

Oct 10, 2008 | Microsoft Excel for PC

THERE MAY BE ERROR IN OFFICE INSTALLATION SO PLZ UNINSTALL YOUR OFFICE AND REINSTALL THE OFFICE

Mar 02, 2008 | Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition

Use conditional formatting for the coloumn of student use Option " Formula Is" - In this write cell address of Marks e.g.c5
Then write =$c5>80 then click format and format the pattern

Oct 03, 2007 | Microsoft Office Standard for PC

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I still had a problem with the solution as a negative number is viewable before I enter a number, so I came up with this and was wondering if there was a shorter version?

=IF(E5<28,"",IF(E5<45,E5-7,IF(E5>44.5,E5-9)))

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