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Continue to make formulas, moving from least to most significant. Make certain to continue to procees all rules.

Good luck. It doesn't get any easier than what I have already provided you. You just need to qualify what the values and colors are. If I were to post a solution here , you would not be able to deploy it as you wouldnt understand it anyway!

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perhaps this will help!

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Maybe take it easy on people asking real questions, calling me stupid is not good for business.

Vous avez demandé à recevoir les réponses au message de KeithSmith intitulé « formatting a cell for multiple functions » datant du January 16, 2019 at 04:51 PM posté dans « Excel ».

This message just received the following reply from ac3mark:

perhaps this will help!

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Knowledge communities.

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Maybe take it easy on people asking real questions, calling me stupid is not good for business.

Maybe this one will explain it better:

https://ccm.net/forum/affich-1008897-formatting-cells-based-on-certain-criteria

https://ccm.net/forum/affich-1008897-formatting-cells-based-on-certain-criteria

So this is what I received from Excelchat

=IFERROR(DATEDIF(TODAY(),E6,"d"),61)<=60

=TODAY()-E6>1

It worked, thanks

=IFERROR(DATEDIF(TODAY(),E6,"d"),61)<=60

=TODAY()-E6>1

It worked, thanks

"I would like to have my dates be highlighted red when expired and yellow highlighting the dates when 30 days prior to being expired."

Thanks for posting back, though!