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Conditional Formatting Not Working on Correct Number Range



I am trying to create a calculated column with these conditional formatting rules, but the colors appear to be off by one range (ie the numbers in the 80s are in green instead of yellow, 70s are yellow instead of red). I am not getting any errors for the column and the numbers are correct, so was just wondering why the colors are off. Also worth noting, I used this same set up for two other columns and did not have issues with the colored backgrounds. conditional formatting rulesconditional formatting rulesoutcomeoutcome

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Community Support

Hi @alj554 ,


Try use number:

0.9, 1

0.8, 0.9

0, 0.8



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Super User

try choose Percent for all condition. 

Did this and it automatically converts to minimum and maximum with "number" instead of percent. Was not an issue for other columns that I did this on so not sure why it is not working

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