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Matching Formatting using a formula

Discussion in 'Ask an Excel Question' started by Ugeeta, Jan 7, 2018.

  1. Ugeeta

    Ugeeta New Member


    Is there a way to match formatting from a cell in a worksheet to another cell in a different worksheet? For example if A1 in worksheet 1 is red, I want cell B2 in worksheet 2 to automatically match and then if i change the colour of cell A1 I want cell B2 to automatically change?

  2. pecoflyer

    pecoflyer Active Member

    How are the cells colored? Manually or as the result of conditional formatting?
  3. Ugeeta

    Ugeeta New Member

    The cells are manually colored.
  4. S. Das

    S. Das Member

    @Ugeeta, can you please upload a sample file stating clearly what you want (eg: cells, color, coloring process etc)

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