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Thread: VBA for Excel Conditional Format Font Color Entire Row Based on Value in Two Columns

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    VBA for Excel Conditional Format Font Color Entire Row Based on Value in Two Columns



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    Hi,
    I am having problems with Conditional Formatting using the built in Excel formatting which seems to require very long formulas for what I wish to achieve. I was hoping to get help coding with VBA instead.

    I have attached an example of my problem without adding my attempt at VBA coding. I have left my Excel CF formulas column "C", which I was using for testing but I'd rather use VBA.

    The formula in each row of Column "C" refer to all of the possible combinations that I need. They would of course all need to be able to applied to each Cell "G" and "O" of each row and not as they are currently presented if you get my drift.

    Column "C" "TRUE" or "FALSE", only represent the formulas that I would use for Excel CF formatting.

    Thanks in advance for any help.
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    Please make people aware that you have cross posted the same/very similar topic on other forums:
    http://www.ozgrid.com/forum/showthre...=195358&page=2
    http://www.vbaexpress.com/forum/show...wo-Other-Cells
    Ultimately it's for your benefit - why? see http://www.excelguru.ca/content.php?184
    All these forums have the same netiquette requirement as far as cross posting is concerned

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    I have cross posted on vbaexpress

    Sorry for that!

    I have cross posted on VBAexpress. I don't have enough posts to paste the link.

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