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Conditional Formula

Peter Bartholomew

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To test the data cell to see whether it contains 'Apple'
= ISNUMBER( FIND("Apple", data ) )
This may be generalised to test for a range of keywords {"Apple","Cherry","Lemon"} using
= OR( ISNUMBER( FIND(keyWord, data ) ) )
 

Matthew29464

New Member
Peter, I am not quite sure what to do with your formula. I'm using this rule in Condition Formatting =D2="Apple Pie". But this formula will only shade F2 if "Apple Pie" is in D2. I need a formula to look for the word Apple in D2 and shade F2 if the word Apple is in D2. D2 may contain Apple, Apple Sauce, Apple Juice, of Apple Pie. I've uploaded another spreadsheet showing the condition formatting I am using.
 

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