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HOW TO HIGHLIGHT THE KM LOCATION IN A SECTION IF IT IS IN SANCTIONED LOCATION LIST?

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I am working on highlighting a cell with some conditions below

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These are two data sets I have. the second one is sanctioned km list for works.

Now I want to highlight cell in column J in first sheet if it is in between cells T & U in second sheet with in same section and line (i.e., Column C&E in sheet 1 should match with Column J & L in sheet2).

 

I have been trying using if conditions, vlookups, index functions. but could not highlight the cells. Can anyone help me on this?

 

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best response confirmed by cdmtrackgnt (New Contributor)
Solution

@cdmtrackgnt 

=MATCH(1,(J287>=Tabelle2!$T$406:$T$424)*(J287<=Tabelle2!$U$406:$U$424)*(C287=Tabelle2!$J$406:$J$424)*(E287=Tabelle2!$L$406:$L$424),0)

You can try this rule for conditional formatting which works in my sheet. The sheet names "Tabelle1" and "Tabelle2" have to be replaced with the names of the actual sheets.

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