Conditional Formatting on #VALUE!


J

JE

Is it possible to use conditional formatting if a cell is #VALUE!

I cannot locate a command the executes properly.

Many thanks.
 
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G

Glenn

JE said:
Is it possible to use conditional formatting if a cell is #VALUE!

I cannot locate a command the executes properly.

Many thanks.


Use ERROR.TYPE(yourcell)=3 in the conditional format.
 
D

Dave Peterson

You could use
formula is:
=iserror(a1)
where A1 is the cell you want to check.
 
J

JE

Thank you for the response. I am applying conditional formatting to the cell
with #VALUE!.

In Condition box, should I select "Cell Value Is" or "Formula Is". Also,
will I need to reference the cell (as I am applying that formatting to the
cell)?

Apologies for not including this previously.

Regards
 
L

Luke M

You will use the "Formula is" option. See Teethless mama's post for how to
write the formula.
 
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S

surathammaster

เมื่อ วันศุà¸à¸£à¹Œà¸—ี่ 6 à¸à¸¸à¸¡à¸ à¸²à¸žà¸±à¸™à¸˜à¹Œ ค.ศ. 2009, 22 นาฬิà¸à¸² 25 นาที 13 วินาที UTC+7, Luke M เขียนว่า:
You will use the "Formula is" option. See Teethless mama's post for how to
write the formula.
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Best Regards,

Luke M
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Thank very much !! all poster ....

เมื่อ วันศุà¸à¸£à¹Œà¸—ี่ 6 à¸à¸¸à¸¡à¸ à¸²à¸žà¸±à¸™à¸˜à¹Œ ค.ศ. 2009, 22 นาฬิà¸à¸² 25 นาที 13 วินาที UTC+7, Luke M เขียนว่า:
 
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