I’m trying to figure out how to target every 4th row starting from row 5 so that when there is text found the font colour is red and bold.
In the uploaded picture you’ll see in row 5 I have Edit Access and 4 rows down I have it there again…I was hoping to make it so anytime there’s an entry in the columns those would be red and emboldened.
Is this possible?
Clear any existing Conditional Formatting, Select Row5 to as far down as required and HOME > Styles – Conditional Formatting, New Rule…, Use a formula to determine which cells to format and Format values where this formula is true::
Format..., select choice of formatting OK.
Just use a conditional formatting rule. If you don’t want to create one manually, here is the code to do so.
sub cfrEditAccess() with worksheets("sheet1") with .columns("B:AZ") .FormatConditions.Delete With .FormatConditions.Add(Type:=xlExpression, Formula1:="=$A1=""Edit Access""") .font.Color = 255 .font.Bold = True End With end with end with end sub