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    Excel 2010 Issues

    I'm encountering two issues with 2010.
    1. Applying a conditional format (using a formulas) change the cell alignment when True. (cell with 144 changes from center, center to top, left aligned)
    2. Camera image (taken from 2nd tab) flickers.


    Any suggestions? Google wasn't very helpful.
    Last edited by _Zeno_; 2016-07-08 at 15:49.

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    Zeno,

    Without using VBA, the best I could come up with using conditional formatting only is Change you formula to =N37<=10 then click on the "Format..." button and apply an Custom number format "#,##0* " that will force the number to left Alignment. Note: there is a space after the asterisk and do not include the quotes. I do not believe it is possible to top align with Conditional formatting alone.

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    With the above conditional formatting, cells with numbers >10 are centered and black. Cells <=10 are red and left aligned.

    HTH,
    Maud

    Attempting to include Alt - Enter or ALT-H-AT in the cell formatting. Not successful.
    Last edited by Maudibe; 2016-07-10 at 12:38.

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    Zeno & Maud,

    Here's a reference you may find useful: The Definitive Guide to Custom Number Formats in Excel.

    Note the comments section has some additional useful information.

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    Maudible

    Thanks for the suggestion but it didn't work. The cell is already center, center aligned and the conditional formatting changes is to top, left aligned. I want to keep it center, center but change the font to bold red.
    Last edited by _Zeno_; 2016-07-11 at 16:01.

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