Changing the cell "Component Style" in the table's row

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evergreen
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Changing the cell "Component Style" in the table's row

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Hi everyone,

In every row I want to change the style of any cell in the range of 'col1' to 'col5' that its value is equal to the value of last column.
Any advice would be appreciated.

Thank you.
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Lech Kulikowski
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Re: Changing the cell "Component Style" in the table's row

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Hello,

Sorry, maybe we did not exactly understand your question. Could you explain your issue in more detail?

Thank you.
evergreen
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Re: Changing the cell "Component Style" in the table's row

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Lech Kulikowski wrote: Fri May 20, 2022 9:02 am Hello,

Sorry, maybe we did not exactly understand your question. Could you explain your issue in more detail?

Thank you.
Hello,

Thank you for your reply, I need some help to highlight the table's cell that its value is equal to the value of the last column in the row while the table is created by DataBand. Sample is as follow image.
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Lech Kulikowski
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Re: Changing the cell "Component Style" in the table's row

Post by Lech Kulikowski »

Hello,

You can use Conditions with the necessary formating for that task.

Thank you.
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evergreen
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Re: Changing the cell "Component Style" in the table's row

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Lech Kulikowski wrote: Sat May 21, 2022 9:55 am Hello,

You can use Conditions with the necessary formating for that task.

Thank you.
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Re: Changing the cell "Component Style" in the table's row

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Hello,

You are welcome.
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