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And by the way I never even hinted at wanting to update upon changing a formatting.
"Applies to" lets me choose many cells but the actual formula locks into one cell (i.e. hi SEMMatt, it would be good to share your formula to get a better picture & for our solution to be easily related to you. then select the range you want to apply to (say Format values where this formula is true: =$A1="ABC" you actually don't have to put dollar signs, but the above can also be used for situations like A1: C10, & whenever column A is "ABC", it highlights column B & C too, based on the row in A Thanks, if you have clicked on the * and added our rep.
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I set calculation mode to automatic but when I enter "=Now()" inside a cell I do not see the time updating even when formatting is changed to show seconds. Changing a formatting is not an event that needs a recalculation, so that is not enough; but for example typing anything in any cell You are saying there was never a way to have Excel recalculate automatically on cells' changed values without user intervention? I did have it in Excel 2013 and it worked perfectly well.
update when something else (calculation relevant) is changed on the sheet, and a recalculation is triggered that way.firstly, i have a number of spreadsheets from excel 2003 with conditional formatting.