Conditional Formatting

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Could you help me about the automation color in the cell when the valor is different above?

Like example attached.



  • Andrée Starå
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    Hi @Adilson Mota

    I hope you're well and safe!

    Try something like this.

    Did that work/help?

    I hope that helps!

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  • Adilson Mota
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    Thanks Andree. Very useful this information

  • Adilson Mota
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    I have a other challenge.

    What's the formula I could use in the Smartsheet like below and attached sheet?


    Thanks again and have a nice weekend

  • Adilson Mota
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    Hello peaple.

    just sharing a formula to smartsheet that replaces from excel to smartsheet to add between data or month.

    Formula Excel = =SUMIFS(R:R,V:V,AJ3,S:S,">="&$AI$4,S:S,"<="&$AI$7)

    Formula Smartsheet = =SUMIFS({Gestão produção - Estamparia Range 1}, {Gestão produção - Estamparia Range 7}, [Descrição da Parada do processo]@row, {Gestão produção - Estamparia Range 8}, >=[1º dia da Semana - Atual]@row, {Gestão produção - Estamparia Range 8}, <=[Ultimo dia da semana - Atual]@row)

    Change ">="&Date for >=Date

  • Adilson Mota
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    Could you please help me identify the correct formula for last day in the month.

  • KPH
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    There is not a function to find the last day in the month but you can write a formula using the DATE function, to calculate it. Because months have different lengths (28, 29, 30, 31 days), we need to find the start date of the subsequent month (which is always 1) and subtract on day to find the end date.

    For example, if you want to know the last day in the month based on a date in a cell called "Base Date" (formated as Date Type) your formula would be

    DATE(YEAR([Base Date]@row), MONTH([Base Date]@row) + 1, 1) - 1)

    If this formula is placed in another Date formatted column on the same row, it will return the last date of the month that Base Date is in.

    It does it by creating a date:

    • The year of which it takes from the Base Date cell. Let's say this was Jan 17th 2024. The year would be 2024.
    • The month it also takes from the Base Date, and it adds 1 to it. So for Jan 17th the month in the new date is February.
    • The day is always 1, i.e. Feb 1st.

    It then subtracts one from this date, and that gives us the last day in January.

    There is a slight complication in that you can't subtract 1 from the month of January to find December. 1-1 is not 12. So we add another little IF to return December 31st of the year in the Base Date cell, if the month is December.

    IF(MONTH([Base Date]@row) = 12, DATE(YEAR([Base Date]@row), 12, 31), DATE(YEAR([Base Date]@row), MONTH([Base Date]@row) + 1, 1) - 1))

    You don't need to output these dates into columns, you can use them within formula. You also don't need to have a start date cell, you could use TODAY() to find the end date of the current month.

    I hope this helps.

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