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sridhar71
Helper I
Helper I

Condition Formatting based on Row value

Hello,

 

I have a Matric report as below

sridhar71_2-1678723232950.png

 

I want the values to be in RED if the Period is greater than the Sell by date.

For ex. in the screenshot below. The first row has 03/31/23 as the sell by date. So all values after that date should be in RED color.

Also I want the row for the Forecast Release to be in Green Background.

 

Example below

sridhar71_3-1678723250325.png

 

Any help is appreciated

 

Sridhar

 

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Padycosmos
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Padycosmos
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This worked. I added a column to my view called CELL_COLOR. Using a CASE statement, I populated the values as RED if the PERIOD > SELL_BY DATE. Then I used this column in the Conditional Formatting and set the background FONT to RED if the CELL_COLOR is RED.

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