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Can this be achieved by Google Sheets conditional formatting feature?

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    If you had dates above MTWTFSS as headers, It would be easier(the row data header need not be visible).
    – TheMaster
    Jun 23, 2018 at 17:38
  • I think that should be possible to add them. How would that change it?
    – orschiro
    Jun 24, 2018 at 4:46

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Just type in a function yielding a number for each cell colour you want to use, and set the text colour to none, like:

=($D14<=M$3)*(M$3<=$E14)

This will yield 1 if the date on line 3 is between those of columns D and E, and zero otherwise.

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Create a demo sheet.

A2(start date): 2018-06-23 B2(end date): 2018-06-26

C1:I1

 2018-06-23 2018-06-24  2018-06-25  2018-06-26  2018-06-27  2018-06-28  2018-06-29

Conditional formatting custom formula:

=AND($A2<=C$1,$B2>=C$1)

Apply to:

C2:I

All of C2:I will be formatted according to the dates in A2:B.

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