Conditional Formatting based on a range of values

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Hi everyone,

I'm trying to highlight rows in a table based on values of cells in another table in another worksheet (sheet1). Both tables contain zip codes, however, the table in sheet1 divides the zip codes by office. I want to highlight zip codes of each office with a different color. this the table I want to apply the conditional formatting to, values starts in A4 and B4

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Ahmed_Ezzedin_0-1658170600183.png This the table in Sheet1 where zip codes are divided by office. Data starts in A2, B2, C2, and D2 Thanks in advance for all you comments and assistance.

 

 

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@Ahmed_Ezzedin 

Is this what you are looking for?

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Yes, I'm pretty sure that the way you did it could be changed to highlight the whole row. Can please share with me how to apply it to my tables.

@Ahmed_Ezzedin 

I changed the rule for conditional formatting from

=MATCH(A4,sheet2!$A$2:$A$8,0)

to

=MATCH($A4,sheet2!$A$2:$A$8,0)

 

The "applies to" range is =$A$4:$B$35

If you want to highlight e.g. columns A to H then change the "applies to" range to

=$A$4:$H$35

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THANK YOU VERY MUCH! It worked. Can you please explain the "0" in the match formula, so that I can use it in the future.

@Ahmed_Ezzedin 

You are welcome. Glad my suggestion is helpful.

"0" is one of the match_types of the match function. You can read about it's behaviour here:

MATCH function (microsoft.com)