Sub FixTableCondFormatDupRules(control As IRibbonControl) 'Debra Dalgleish https://www.contextures.com/xlCondFormat01.html with some minor tweeks by John Hackwood theExcelFactor.com Dim ws As Worksheet Dim MyList As ListObject Dim lRows As Long Dim rngData As Range Dim rngRow1 As Range Dim rngRow2 As Range Dim rngRowLast As Range On Error Resume Next If Selection.ListObject.Name = 0 Then On Error GoTo 0 MsgBox "Activecell is not in a Table so this process will end - select a cell within a Table FIRST then try again", vbCritical, "Process to clean up Table Duplicate Conditional Formatting Rules" Exit Sub End If Set ws = ActiveSheet Set MyList = Selection.ListObject Set rngData = MyList.DataBodyRange lRows = rngData.rows.Count Set rngRow1 = rngData.rows(1) Set rngRow2 = rngData.rows(2) Set rngRowLast = rngData.rows(lRows) With ws.Range(rngRow2, rngRowLast) .FormatConditions.Delete End With rngRow1.Copy With ws.Range(rngRow1, rngRowLast) .PasteSpecial Paste:=xlPasteFormats End With rngRow1.Cells(1, 1).Select Application.CutCopyMode = False End Sub
Macro to fix Duplicate Conditional Formatting rules in Tables
Fix duplicated Conditional Formatting Rules , I mentioned Debra Dalgaleish’s website page had some great VBA to fix duplicated and messy Conditional Formatting. I tweeked this code just a bit so that all you have to do is select anywhere in any Table in the active worksheet and it will do it’s stuff namely, clear Conditional Formatting from all rows except the first row then copy the Conditional Formatting from that first row to all other rows and the duplicate Conditional Formatting rules are gone. Plus it has a bit of error trapping in case you forget to choose a cell within a Table first.