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I need to set up two rules; 1 that will change the fill color on adjacent cells within that row and the other to tally the counts onto another tab for totals.

  1. I have a total 8 columns with a rule set up in column H to change to the appropriate color based on the text entered. How do I get the other cells within that row to change to the same color?

  2. Based on the text in column H, how can I move the counts in my Totals tab? 4 columns in the totals tab; total claims assigned, other, follow up, and completed?

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  • Can you give a sample of data? A screenshot of dummy data, perhaps? – Vylix Jun 5 '17 at 3:41
  • @Vylix - Please see edit – Tquiroz Jun 5 '17 at 4:24
  • What is the expected result? What "counts" ? Activity counts? Folder moved to counts? – Vylix Jun 5 '17 at 4:27
  • It will be based off of the counts in Folder moved. – Tquiroz Jun 5 '17 at 4:28
  • I mean, where the count formula will be put on? I column? What do you expect of the format of the result? Some kind of table? – Vylix Jun 5 '17 at 4:31
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Re 1: Use conditional formatting with a formula. Select A1 to G1, create a new rule that uses a formula and use a formula that has an absolute reference to column H, like this

=$H1="something"

Then set a format for that rule. Repeat for other text values that you may have in column H.

Re 2: Not enough information to answer that. Split it out into a new question and post a data sample, along with expected results and logic explained in words.

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