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I have set up my conditional formatting to change text colors of a range of cells if a checkbox in that row has been checked.

However, this only changes text color of one of the cells.

Can anyone tell me why and has a solution to this?

Video:

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1_G0I13o7CzdLFYc4Zwqg6-9M0lFkReV6/view?usp=drivesdk

Demo sheet:

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/19vIBglfyRxKh5TTqva7ZD6-7dJRt5xoXrNTFYFdJjFo/edit#gid=1913565402

Screenshot:

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Use this conditional formatting custom formula rule for the range B2:D:

=$E2

See GimelG's explanation and Lance's explanation of how absolute and relative addresses work in a conditional formatting custom formula rule.

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