Can I automatically change the font color of a text in textbox without using VBA?

Chreshida

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I'm just a newbie in excel and I also don't have enough knowledge in programming. So we are tasked to make a program that should be flexible so we have to make 2 combo box the first combo box theres a number 1-10 on second combo box theres a number 1-12 for our program to be flexible, there must be a certain number of cells with borders and has text inside a textbox that should disappear for example in combobox1 I selected number 5 it means only 5 cells should be visible and the other 5 cells should disappear in my case only the border disappears not the text inside the textbox. What should I do? Thank you!
 

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