How do I make a cell in Excel "blink" if conditions are met?
I have an "if" statement in a excel spreadsheet that I would like the answer to blink if it is wrong. So that it is not missing by data entry. Is is possible to do this?
I just can't quite work out how to make this formula to work.
On Sheet2 I currently have a formula in cell E19 which is =if(sum(E9:E17)=8,9,sum(E9:E17))
However I need to extend that formula to say:
If the checkbox is ticked on sheet1 and Cells B8:B17 are blank on sheet 2 then use the value in sheet1 Cell B4 otherwise sum the values in sheet2 E9:E17 but if that value =8 then make it 9.
So something like this:
I've been fighting this all day. When I open my workbook, if Sheet1, cell F2<F16 then run "Update" macro. It seems like it should be simple. Also a message box giving me the option to cancel the update might prove useful.
I am in need of your big help!
I want the cell to generate drop down list if certain conditions are met.
To simplify, cell need to return a "list" if other cell 1 & cell 2 are true or equals to or contain specified"" text either from other list or values.
Please take a look at image below and help me!
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