Multiple sheets conditional formatting dates


Hi there! I understand that this is quite the old post. I was having the same issue with Excel 2010 but managed to resolve it. You need to delete the $ from the actual conditional formatting formula ("Use a formula to determine which cells to format") The $ is will reappear next to the "selected cells", even if you delete them but will stay deleted in the format where the formula is true. Applying Conditional Formatting to Dates. Conditional Formatting in Excel allows you to format one or more cells based on the values in those cells. Excel offers a set of standard conditional formatting options. You can also use custom formulas to decide whether to apply a specific formatting rule to a range of cells. How to apply conditional formatting across worksheets/workbooks? For example you want to apply conditional formatting based on values from another workbook as below screenshot shown, do you have any idea to archive it easily in Excel? This article comes up with two solutions for you. Google Apps: Applying Conditional Formatting Across Sheets Common wisdom says you just can't apply conditional formatting in a Google Apps spreadsheet using data from a different sheet. But here at Campus Technology, we laugh in the face of wisdom, common or otherwise. Re: Multiple criteria vlookup with date range and conditional formatting. oh, ok... lucky guess then.... notice that I reduced the ranges to rows 1:30.... even though you can use whole column references in Excel2007 and later, it is not recommended to do so with Array formulas like this one... because it is very inefficient as it process every single row... and you know there are a million....