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trying to figure out formula

BryanGriffy
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if c3 => 90% of b3 c3 cell fills green. =<89% of b3 c3 cell fills red.

How do I do this?

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You may apply two conditional formatting rules with formulas

for green
=($C3>=0.9*$B3)*($B3>0)

for red
=($C3<=0.89*$B3)*($C3>0)

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Hi @BryanGriffy

 

Use conditional formatting. file attach for your reference.

Awesome, how do I see the formula you used?

 

 


@Naveen1992 wrote:

Hi @BryanGriffy

 

Use conditional formatting. file attach for your reference.


 

I found it, Thank you so much for the help.

Hi @BryanGriffy,

 

 

Don't mention it. Just keep learning......

 

Regards,

Naveen

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