Changing Font Colors using Formulas

mciavolino

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I have been looking for a way to change font and cell colors using formulas (instead of conditional foramtting).

I can find no references or methods to do so. Am I missing something on this topic?

Marco Ciavolino
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mciavolino said:
I have been looking for a way to change font and cell colors using formulas (instead of conditional foramtting).

I can find no references or methods to do so. Am I missing something on this topic?

Marco Ciavolino
marco@ciavolino.com

No you're not missing anything. VBA might do it however.
 
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