I have a column of reference values in column 'C'. e.g.
C9 is 400,
C10 is 200, etc.
In Columns D through N I have values I want to color on a scale:
Yellow If equal to columns C, red if 1/2 of C, green if 1.5* C.
So I put the cursor on D9 and add the following formatting:
"All Cells" "Color Scale (3 Entries)
Formula Formula Formula
=0.5*$C9 =$C9 =1.5*$C9
OK. Then I select the cell, copy, and "Paste Special" the formats.
_Just_ the formats, because I don't want the formulas in the cells to change,
just the conditional formatting !
The problem is, that for D10, the condition still refers to C9, not C10.
I would have thought that I should use $C$9 for that, and $C9 would become
$C10 when applied to the next row - that is how formulas normally work.
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Created attachment 130684 [details]
Simple spreadsheet with conditional formatting
Method for obtaining this:
conditional-formatted cell C4 based on $B4.
Copy, Paste special ( only format ) to range C4 - D7 .
Expect D7 formatting to refer to $B7, not $B$4 .
Reproduced with the file. Removed all the pasted formats in Manage and pasted again.
It's pasted a bit differently in 3.6: D7 is referring to C4..
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