Using the DATEDIF Function in Excel for Conditional Formatting Expired Training Dates [Video]

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I'm a proud husband and dad to 4 boys! Microsoft Certified Trainer and Boy Scout Leader are some of things I call myself. The Cincinnati Reds are my favorite team! When not outdoors, I enjoy working with documents in Microsoft Office, QuickBooks, Visio and Photoshop. My wife, Erin, shares her awesome recipes on her blog at 5dollardinners.com.
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7 Responses to Using the DATEDIF Function in Excel for Conditional Formatting Expired Training Dates [Video]

  1. Pingback: How to Format Dates In Excel That Are Over One Year Old To Turn Red, Yellow If Eleven Months Ago, And Green If Between One and Ten Months Ago | Steve Chase Docs

  2. Alex Powers says:

    Great video Steve, I’ll have to keep the DATEDIF in the back pocket for future use.

  3. Pingback: Format Red Cells if the Date is Older than One Year in Excel [Video] | Steve Chase Docs

  4. Rebecca says:

    *in desperate need of help*
    in the last part of the video you show how to format the cells >1 old, is there any way of using the date in the cell rather than the TODAY Function?

  5. Pingback: Highlight Rows of Data in Excel with Conditional Formatting Formulas | Steve Chase Docs

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