At 16:23 03/07/2015 +0200, Rob Jasper wrote:
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. [Example: C3 = 3.] I
looked at conditional formatting but I don't see how to format the
complete line based on one value in the line.
By "having a value", do you mean the specific example value of 3, or
do you mean having value as distinct from not having a value
(whatever that means)?
o Select the relevant rows.
o Go to Format | Conditional Formatting... .
o For Condition 1, select "Formula is" from the drop-down menu.
o In the box, enter INDIRECT("$C"&ROW())=3 - or perhaps
o For Cell Style, select your cell style with the appropriate
background colour (or click New Style... and create a style on the fly).
I trust this helps.
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