Conditional Formating

jacobcherian

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I have a worksheet with following info.
Book1
ABCD
1DateDay
2
3Jan-1Thu
4Jan-2Fri
5Jan-3Sat
6Jan-4Sun
Sheet1


I would like to show Sat and Sun in Red color with conditional formating.
The formula in Column B is referencing Column A.
When I use conditional format "cell value is" "equal to" Sat or =Sat Column B does not respond.

Any help appreciated.

Jacob
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