Conditional Formating with Multiple Conditions


I need some help with excel 2007 conditional formating. I have a sheet with payment due dates and a drop down box with a Yes and No option. I want the row to change colour to red, If the due date has passed and the drop is equal to No.


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  1. Kat

    Hi there

    Try entering the following formula as your conditional format.


    I have assumed column B is the column containing due date and column D contains the yes or no option. Change your formula to accomodate your parameters.

    To get the format to work highlight your first row, go to conditional formatting and enter as a formula. Enter your formula as above. Then click OK. Then back on your worksheet, copy the row now containing your conditional format. Then select all other rows and paste special formats.


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