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									                                           Re: to Dave Peterson

Re: to Dave Peterson

Source: http://www.tech−archive.net/Archive/Excel/microsoft.public.excel.misc/2005−09/msg03275.html

      • From: "Ross" <ssor@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
      • Date: Sun, 18 Sep 2005 15:45:19 GMT

Yeah, that fixed it. What was in the box was this ="J1="" I had an extra
quote in there somehow. My bad. :)
Thanks a million for your help
"Dave Peterson" <petersod@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
> This is a followup to the question about using conditional formatting on
> column
> J to indicate the empty cells.
> The two formulas were =isblank(J#) and =len(J#) for the cell that didn't
> get
> formatted correctly.
> I'm gonna guess that there was a mistake in the way Format|Conditional
> formatting was applied ('cause those results look ok).
> Select J1.
> Hit ctrl−spacebar
> Now hit format|conditional formatting.
> You should see Formula is: =J1=""
> and if you click on the format button, then pattern Tab|then select a nice
> fill
> color.
> Make sure you ok your way out.
> Most of this has already been posted, but double checking/redoing can't
> hurt.
> Ross wrote:
>> Dave,
>> it appears that when I reply to your posts that my email gets bumped
>> and I
>> get that mail deilivery subsytem message. Here were what came when I
>> entered those functions, supplying the address of two separate but blank

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>> cells in the column.
>> I get True in the first and 0 in the second
>> Ross
>> −−−−− Original Message −−−−−
>> From: "Dave Peterson" <petersod@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
>> Newsgroups: microsoft.public.excel.misc
>> Sent: Saturday, September 17, 2005 6:59 PM
>> Subject: Re: Blank cell revisited
> −−
> Dave Peterson


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