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 How to highlight winning lottery numbers in Excel worksheet?

To check a ticket if winning the lottery numbers, you can check it one by one number. But, if there are multiple tickets need to be checked, how could you solve it quickly and easily? This article, I will talk about highlighting the winning lottery numbers to check if win the lottery as below screenshot shown.

Highlight winning lottery numbers with Conditional Formatting in Excel


Highlight winning lottery numbers with Conditional Formatting in Excel

 

 

The normal Conditional Formatting feature can help you to deal with this task as quickly as you can. Please do the following steps:

1. Select the lottery numbers of the tickets, and then click Home > Conditional Formatting > New Rule, see screenshot:

2. In the New Formatting Rule dialog box, select Use a formula to determine which cells to format option in the Select a Rule Type list box, and then enter this formula: =COUNTIF($B$2:$G$2,B6)>=1 into the Format values where this formula is true text box, see screenshot:

Note: In the above formula, B2:G2 is the range contains the winning lottery numbers, and B6 is the first cell of the ticket numbers you want to highlight the winning numbers. Please change them to your own.

3. Then click Format button to go to the Format Cells dialog box, under the Fill tab, please select a color to highlight the winning lottery numbers, see screenshot:

4. And then click OK > OK to close the dialogs, and now, the winning lottery numbers have been highlighted as following screenshot shown:

 

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Thanks, i got it to work, but :-), i change to have two rules, to accommodate for a single powerball number at the end

first rule =COUNTIF($B$1:$f$1,B6)>=1
second rule =COUNTIF($g$1,g6)>=1

The above seem to work great for the 5 number plus a powerball number

But again thanks for sharing this Rule, I could have never figured this out without your help, thanks.

Maplewood
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FYI , rule 1 , i highlighted the Rolls B - F of my tickets i entered for the 5 Ticket numbers

Rule 2 i highlighted Roll G for the Power Ball numbers cells

I hope this make since, but it works great for me so far.

Maplewood Vic
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I am trying to create your Lottery Checker in my Excel, however it does not seem to function. I would be grateful for your advice? Thank you David
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Hello David,Sorry for the inconvenience. The formula in the article =COUNTIF($B$2:$G$2,B6)>=1 is clearly wrong. Please use the new formula: =COUNTIF($B$1:$G$1,B6)>=1. Please see the screenshots. Hope it can solve your problem. Have a nice day.Sincerely,Mandy
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