Excel conditional formatting not updating
Again it will show Where it has broken, you just need to do a Format Painter to the Cell which has broken the range.Now, this too may seem a bit lengthy, you can just build a simple macro for this.all very simple formulas [if (cell 0,1,0)] was the original formula for example.this has translated over to excel 2010 but only partially works.Its invisible to us but that seems to be how it is applied.Thought that might help us reach the solution on this. Just Move to a cell which is in range (the one not broken of the Range), click on Format Painter and then paste on whole Column.
I've found that rules are very easy to break, but here's something you can try that don't seem to break any rules. If you need to add a row, add your data at the end of your table and re-sort it.Conditional formatting not updating or refreshing as it did in earlier versions of excel i have a recurring problem with old version and also new spreadsheets.firstly, i have a number of spreadsheets from excel 2003 with conditional formatting.this issue is relevant whether i run the file in the old xls (xp/2003) format or update to xlsx 2010 format.by contrast, in excel 2003 as soon as i changed the cell contents the conditional formatting immediately updated whether from on or off.