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I will give an example:

I have checkboxes in B3:G3.
This is a checklist, I want to change the background color to green for A3:H3 if B3:G3 boxes are checked.

Can someone please tell me how to do that?

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Go to the menu: Format -> Conditional formatting.

  1. Specify the range to be applied the rule on the "Apply to range" field, in your case A3:H3
  2. On format rule select Custom formula is
  3. Write the formula: =AND($B3=TRUE, $C3=TRUE, $D3=TRUE, $E3=TRUE, $F3=TRUE, $G3=TRUE)
  4. Select the formatting style: the color background.
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  • all you need to do is to offset the range you are applying to:

    =B3=TRUE

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