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I have a few things that I would like to do on Excel:

  1. How do you highlight a row [A-U] if only the first cell A has had text entered in it? When you enter text in cell A cells B-U have a yellow background?
  2. How do you make the highlighting disappear as you fill the cells? When you enter text in any of the B-V cells, they return to the white background?
  3. How do you make certain cells not have a yellow background with a key word? When you enter "Cats" in cell G, cell H returns to the white background as well as cell G.
  4. How do you apply this to the entire Excel sheet?

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Here are the rules. If you'd like them for the entire sheet then simply extend the range (Applies to)...

=IF($G1="Cats",TRUE,FALSE)
=ISTEXT(B1)
=NOT(ISBLANK($A1))

Please note that the order is important

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