My question is in relation to excel conditional formatting. Can you use a formula in conditional formatting to highlight cells in column M based on the inequality signs and the values entered in columns G - L?
G H I J K L | M Green Green Amber Amber Red Red |Oct - 19 <= 100 <= 99.9 < 99 | <= 100 <= 88.4 < 50 | = 0 > 0 > 1 |
As you can see, columns G, J and K have inequality signs (<, >, <=, >=, <> or =). Columns H, J and L include values or numbers. Can you use conditional formatting on column M "Oct - 19" based on the green, amber and red thresholds specified in columns G - L?
I know you can use the below formula (to highlight the cell green) however this will not apply as the inequality signs change for each test (as you can see, I have over 200 rows and I would like not to include 627 different rules in this file).