At 09:12 11/09/2015 -0500, Wade Smart wrote:
This fills out the team rosters:
Column B2:B9 = team name
Column C2:C9 = captain name
What I would like to do is bold the capt name for each team. How
would you go about doing this (automatically)?
I'm, not sure I understand your general problem, but ...
How do you style a element based on a range with a IF statement?
You may find the STYLE() function useful - something like:
The condition is evaluated and the appropriate style name returned to
the STYLE() function, which applies that style to the cell. The
STYLE() function itself returns the value zero; to avoid this being
appended inappropriately to the result of <expression> (which is what
you want to see in the cell), the T()function is used. This returns
an empty string for numerical arguments.
If you want the style to depend on the result of <expression> (i.e.
the value in the cell itself), you can use something like:
I trust this helps.
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