Color coded results in Excel's if function?

Asdf0qwerty

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Hi everyone,

In this statement, =IF(A1="Sat","Yes","No"), is it possible that I "color code" the results, like if it is a match the Yes will appear in green, otherwise No in red. TIA
 

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What do {} around a formula in the formula bar mean?
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alansidman

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Yes, this is possible. You will need to use Conditional Formatting. It is in the Format Menu depending upon which version of Excel you are using.

Alan
 

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