**Change Row Color When Cell Value Changes**. Choose home, conditional formatting, new rule 3. To distinguish when the key value changes, i added a new column (n) and set the value of row 1 to be =true ().

If the value in a cell in column d is from 10 to 15, then we want adjacent cells in columns a to c to be yellow. Sorry, i tried this with no sucess, maybe i did something wrong. That will bring up the conditional formatting rules manager window.

### Sorry, I Tried This With No Sucess, Maybe I Did Something Wrong.

I am trying to apply conditional formatting to a tab based on cell values, but am having some trouble. For the below example, i would want the first two rows to be. Sub colorize() dim r as long, val as long, c as long r = 1 val = activesheet.cells(r, 1).value c = 4 '4 is green, 3 is red ' for r = 1 to activesheet.rows.count if.

### Go To Format, Conditional Formatting, And Enter The Formula.

Using conditional formatting will make your job a lot easier. The cells are in column. =$c3= followed by the value.

### Now, In The Cell Of Your Helper Column That Corresponds With The First Cell Of Data In Your Data Column, B2 In This Example, Insert The Following Formula And Copy It All The Way Down.

Then no background until the value. Google sheets will default to applying the “cell is not empty” rule, but we don’t want this here. Once changed, the background color will remain the same, regardless of the cell values' changes.

### In This Case, The Current Value Is 70.

The above formula counts the number of blank cells. Suppose your data is in range a1:c15 (headings are in row 1) 2. It is only to make the data easier to read and see the groups.

### In This Case, Cell H2.

2 alternating colours is fine. Color the rows alternately with two colors based on value changes with helper column and conditional formatting. While on cell a3, go to home > conditional formatting > new rule > use a formula to determine which cells to.