Learn Excel 2010 – “Is Date in 13-17 May?”: Podcast #1696

April 25, 2013 at 2:06 pm


The Criteria: “If the Date is within the Target Range, Color the Cell Green; If the Date is previous to the Target Range, Color the Cell Red and show the Number of Days Previous to the Target Range; If the Date is Greater than the Target Range, Color the Cell Blue and show the Number of Days forward from the Target Range.” Uh… Really? Ok, well – as always – MrExcel comes to the rescue with a viable solution to reach the objective. Follow along with Episode #1696 as Bill shows us how to achieve the results.

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