Formatting a cell for multiple functions in Excel

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I would like to have my dates be highlighted red when expired and yellow highlighting the dates when 30 days prior to being expired. I already started with the red but need to complete the whole formatting. Here is what i have so far.....=TODAY()-C4>1
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Continue to make formulas, moving from least to most significant. Make certain to continue to procees all rules.
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I was hoping to receive a formula to use not the response I received from Spaham.
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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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It's called a signature. Don't take it to heart, everyone gets one of those!!! Feel free to make your own!

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Maybe this one will explain it better:
https://ccm.net/forum/affich-1008897-formatting-cells-based-on-certain-criteria

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So this is what I received from Excelchat

=IFERROR(DATEDIF(TODAY(),E6,"d"),61)<=60
=TODAY()-E6>1

It worked, thanks
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Consider this, your posted "fix" has nothing to do with formatting. Your questions was asking how to FORMAT colors, not CALCULATE days.

"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!
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