Conditional formatting using multiple conditions - Excel 2007

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yougoodsir
yougoodsir said:
It is all randy and dandy if you make a post about excel. But next time, please try to add at least a little bit of information that someone who does have common sense can use. Everything you say here is just obvious. The formula: =AND(condition1;condition2;condition3;etc)
7/31/2012
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seniorpgmr
seniorpgmr said:
Actually I would have preferred to see the formula to see what she was discussing totally
8/14/2012
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Miles
Miles said:
Keep in mind: In the original cell, if you didn't take the "$" off you can't edit it latter. Have to clear the rule and re-built it.
9/5/2012
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SomeoneSensible
SomeoneSensible said:
Wow, what a bunch of whingers... I totally found this information useful, although I agre that a screenshot showing the forumal in detail would have been better...not a big deal though considering it would just be a matter of minutes to google the format of the AND command...
9/12/2012
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