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Excel 2007 conditional formatting

  Asked By: Alison    Date: Nov 23    Category: MS Office    Views: 1374
  

i have a table with 4 columns of numbers, and want the lowest number in the column that is greater than zero highlighted. the table has a lot of zeroes that need to be ignored.

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Answer #1    Answered By: Harish Gupta     Answered On: Nov 02

Hi,
Here is how you how you can do it,
Let us assume that the 4 column of numbers are in Column A:D,
In Cell A2, Below is the formula you can write in conditional formatting
=SMALL($A2:$D2,COUNTIF($A2:$D2,"0")+1)=A2
Once done, You can use format painter and roll the rule to all the cells.
Hope this helps,
Regards,
Harish Gupta

 
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