Member Since: Mar 6th 2018
Mar 6th 2018
I got this to work except for if a column contains nothing, then it doesn't count that as a match. I pasted rows that match up on the 5 columns I indicated in my COUNTIFS formula, but I have to remove one of those columns as it typically doesn't have any data entered into it (it's header is "special features," and most entries don't have that.)
If I compare the 4 columns with entries instead of the 5 columns (incl. the one with absence of data), it works.
Here's my formula:
I want to include column "E", but then the conditional formatting rule fails to identify duplicates.
Why doesn't the conditional formatting rule understand that the absence of an entry is still a value (value of "null"?), and compare?