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How to use conditional formatting to highlight a cell if the value is within a Range of another cell

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adydent67
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Is there a way I can use a conditional formula to highlight a cell if the % value for the cell is NOT within a +/- 20% range based on a comparison % value in cell2. Highlighting if it's positive GREEN and if negative RED. (so it may be two conditional statements)?

 

Any help is greatly appreciated.  Adrian

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@adydent67 

Yes, one color - one rule

 

You may apply conditional formatting rules as here to column A

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with formula for RED

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and the same but <=0.2 for GREEN

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