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Excel conditional formatting

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I have a column of data in Excel that has conditional formatting, color filling, based on cell value. I need to highlight a cell, not the entire row, in another column the same color as the column with the conditional formatting on it, but the two columns are not mathmatically related. Suggestions?
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Hello whyme,

You could do this with a macro. What is the criteria that the "new" cell/row is to be conditional upon. Something like a name or other characters perhaps? Give me some more info and i'm sure that I can help. :whistling:

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