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Hello
I am using Excel 2007 and having some trouble with conditional formatting an entire line.

What I currently have is a formula in Column J: =IF(K9="Match","Match", " "). What I would like to do is if "Match" appears , highlight the entire row ( J : A ).
hope this makes sense.
Thanks for your help

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I have pasted the formula below that is giving me the error if anyone has any ideas on how to modify the formula as well. It is basically an index match formula that is looking at several different data points on another worksheet and averaging them. Thanks in advance.

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The subject line pretty much describes what I want to do. Ive read a ton online and for whatever reason I cant seem to get it to work. No problems getting it to highlight a single cell but I would like to get the entire row. Thanks in advance for any help you can offer. Attached is what I have so far.

For clarification for those who cant download the example right now, the cell with the date currently is set to color itself red if the date is within 30 days from now, and yellow if its between 30 and 60. I would like the entire row to highlight instead of just that cell.


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The cells that i would like to have read are within Columns "w" and "x". The cell values are within a merged cell because of the way that the program exports the report into excel.

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Another step would be that, sometimes the values change, so perhaps the first 9 columns are 7.00 and the next 9 are 8.00, I would like it to highlight that change.

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My workbook is attached.

Under the 'Current Contractors (Melvindale)' sheet, I am looking at column F. I have conditional formatting to highlight the cell in yellow if it is 4 days before the due date, and Red if it is the day of the due date or past the due date. It is currently only selecting the cell in the F column, but I want it to select the entire row that that cell belongs to. I have never used conditional formatting, and the current formula that I am using, I retrieved from this website: http://www.techonthenet.com/excel/qu...rmat4_2010.php

Please Help

What would be faster - doing an exact match VLOOKUP in an entire column, e.g. VLOOKUP(A1, B:C, 2, 0) or creating a dynamic named range in columns B and C with a formula that searches the entire column to find the last used row, e.g.
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and then having each VLOOKUP search in this named range? Is the MATCH in the named range formula calculated each time for each VLOOKUP?

What if I were to have another cell, say D1 and set it equal to
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Would that be faster at all? If I am in a sheet set to manual calculation, would that even work since D1 needs to be calculated before the range is set?

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