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如何在Excel中条件格式日期小于/大于今天?

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您可以在Excel中根据当前日期有条件地格式化日期。 例如,您可以格式化今天之前的日期,或者格式化大于今天的日期。 在本教程中,我们将向您展示如何在条件格式中使用TODAY函数来详细显示Excel中的到期日期或将来的日期。

条件格式日期在Excel之前的今天或将来的日期


条件格式日期在Excel之前的今天或将来的日期

假设您有一个日期列表,如下图所示。 为了让到期日和将来的日期尚未到期,请执行以下操作。

1.选择范围A2:A15,然后单击 条件格式 > 管理规则主页 标签。 看截图:

2.在 条件格式规则管理器 对话框中,单击 新规则 按钮。

3.在 新格式规则 对话框,您需要:

1)。 选择 使用公式来确定要在“选择规则类型”中格式化的单元格 部分;

2)。 对于 格式化比今天早的日期,请复制并粘贴公式 = $ A2格式化此公式为真的值 框;

针对 格式化未来日期,请使用此公式 = $ A2>今天();

3)。 点击 格式 按钮。 看截图:

4.在 单元格格式 对话框中,指定到期日期或将来日期的格式,然后单击 OK 按钮。

5.然后返回到 条件格式规则管理器 对话框。 并创建了到期日期格式规则。 如果您想立即应用规则,请点击 申请 按钮。

6.但是,如果要同时应用到期日期规则和将来日期规则,请通过重复上述步骤2至4,使用将来日期格式公式创建新规则。

7.返回到 条件格式规则管理器 再次出现对话框,您会看到框中显示了两个规则,请单击 OK 按钮开始格式化。

然后,您可以看到成功格式化了比今天早的日期和比今天大的日期。

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I want to highlight a cell if:
1. today's date is greater than the date in another cell or blank (=TODAY()>'APM Tracker'P14) AND ALSO;
2. If the date in P15 is greater than P14 same highlight color AND ALSO;
3. If the date in P15 is less than P14 I do not want the highlight
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Hey All,

I want to get only past due dates in the particular column. Instead of highlighting the cells with color i need the dates to be picked in the column

Any solution for this....
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Alright, I read through this thread and did not see this question asked/answered. I have a column of future dates. I would like to add conditional formatting to flag that date exactly 30 days before (1st color "Hey you should get this done its due in 30 day's") and 7 days ( 2nd color "You procrastinated and now you have 7 days to complete this"). Any help here?
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Hi Michael,
I am not sure I understand your question clearly. If you want to hight the date which is 30 days and 7 days from today. Please use the following formulas to create two formula rules with different highlighted colors:
=D9=TODAY()+30
=D9=TODAY()+7

https://www.extendoffice.com/images/stories/comments/comment-picture-zxm/conditional-formatting.png
If this is not what you need, please attach a screenshot of your data here.
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To ignore cells that have blanks try this:

=AND($A2<>"",$A2<TODAY())

This assumes the cell you have selected is A2 (change this to whatever cell you have currently selected)
To copy this to the applicable cells, change the "Applies to" to the cell range you need.
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Hi Andy Campbell,
Thank you for sharing.
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Hi
I am trying to use condition formatting to allow a cell to be highlighted when an item is past due based on different turn around times (TAT). I have a column with a submitted date which is then used with the #of days from the TAT to automatically give the due date. Using the following formula, =IF(OR(E3="",A3=""),"",DATE(YEAR(A3),MONTH(A3),DAY(A3)+E3))
The condition formatting currently used is "cell value < today()" applies to +$G:$G.
What I would like to do is use the stop if rule to stop the condition formatting if the date entered in column "H" is < or = to todays date.
Thanks Michelle
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if i want highlight the due date with the conditional : today less or equal 30 days from due date
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I am trying to create conditional formatting that will highlight rows older than 14 days in yellow and highlight rows older than 21 days in red. My date column starts in A2, I have the following rules applied, but only yellow is highlighting and just the date column, not the entire row. Can you help? Scott

1. =ISBLANK(A2)=TRUE
2. =A2<TODAY()-14
3. =A2<TODAY()-21
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I want to ignore blank cells which doesn't have a date i.e I do not want blank cells to be highlighted when I am comparing dates<Today(). Please help
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Hi Madhu,
The first method in this artice can help you solve the problem. Please have a try.
https://www.extendoffice.com/documents/excel/2499-excel-conditional-formatting-ignore-blank-zero.html
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1 colum has the dates in it i want another colum to change colour when this formula is applied.

any ideas?
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Hi grant,
Supposing you want to change the cell color in column B based on dates in column A, please select the column B cells (such as B2:B21), and apply the conditional formatting function with the above formulas =$A2>Today() or =$A2<Today().
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Hello! can anyone help me?

I have =TODAY() formula in A1 and need 3 more rules to work as per below

rule 1 all dates 8 to 14 days older than today

rule 2 : all dates older 14 to 30 days than today

rule 3: all dates 31 or more days older than today
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it should be something like this:

if(*cell*+8>Today();if(*cell*+14<Today();"8-14 from today";"N/A"))
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