Issue with conditional formatting

D1 has the following conditional formatting applied to it
=AND(D6<>0,E6<>0)

What I am trying to do is colour D1 if both D6 & E6 are populated with 0.

Thia seem to do it if any are populated with 0

What an I doing wrong
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Utf
6/2/2010 4:16:24 PM
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Try the below instead

=COUNTIF(D6:E6,0)=2

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Jacob (MVP - Excel)


"The Rook" wrote:

> D1 has the following conditional formatting applied to it
> =AND(D6<>0,E6<>0)
> 
> What I am trying to do is colour D1 if both D6 & E6 are populated with 0.
> 
> Thia seem to do it if any are populated with 0
> 
> What an I doing wrong
0
Utf
6/2/2010 4:34:13 PM
hi
try
=and(d6=0,e6=0)

you have to set up as not equal 0

regards
FSt1

"The Rook" wrote:

> D1 has the following conditional formatting applied to it
> =AND(D6<>0,E6<>0)
> 
> What I am trying to do is colour D1 if both D6 & E6 are populated with 0.
> 
> Thia seem to do it if any are populated with 0
> 
> What an I doing wrong
0
Utf
6/2/2010 4:36:17 PM
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