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On 2013-07-18 10:52 PM, Brian Barker <> wrote:
What you can do, of course, is to set up another column or row in which
you put suitable values which can then control conditional formatting of
both the target cell and the referencing one.  To change the background
of both, you merely need to change the controlling values.  These could
even be colour names: "red", "green", and so on.

Doesn't do what we need (see my last response to Errol), but thanks for trying...

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