Conditional formatting shapes based on text value in cell. (Text value desided by formula)

AndersNOR9

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Hi,

In column F i have cells filled with shapes. Rectangle 1, 2 etc. In E I have either the text RED, Orange or Green. The text string is made of this formula:
=IF(HR!J7>HR!E7;"GREEN";IF(AND(HR!J7<HR!E7;(0,8*HR!E7<HR!J7));"ORANGE";"RED"))

I want the shape inF to be filled with color according to the text string in E. Is there any easy way to do this?

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