Am 03.07.2015 um 16:23 schrieb Rob Jasper:
I am looking on a way to set the background color of a full row if one specific field in the row
has a value.
So, if the value is in col C, this would be the result:
A B C D E
1 x y 8 p
2 x2 y2 6 c
3 x3 y3 3 7 f
4 x4 y4 9 g
I looked at conditional formatting but I don't see how to format the complete line based on one
value in the line
Does someone of you bright minds have an idea how to accomplish this?
1) Select the area in question.
2) Notice the row of the active cell.
3) Change "Value is" to "Formula is"
4) ISNUMBER($C1) where the 1 refers to the active cell's row.
5) Choose your cell style to be applied when the condition is true.
The condition actually tests if this relative row's value in absolute
column C is a number.
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