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Conditional Formatting

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Aloha,

 

I have attached a simple excel document and I have figured out how to conditional format one cell but I can't figure out how to conditional format for four different cases. Is there a way to conditional format Black between 0-10, red between 11-33, yellow between 34-79, green between 80-100?

 

 

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Best Response confirmed by USArmyRET_RKSmith (New Contributor)
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@USArmyRET_RKSmith 

You can set one color as default, and create three rules. For example, set green as default background color, and create these rules:

 

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See the attached version.

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Hans,

This is awesome. Thank you for taking the time. I will study your input to increase my knowledge of excel. Have a great day!

r/
Reggie