Conditional formula to highlight cell which is equal to a +/- range of another cell

boomtown25

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Hello everyone!
I am trying to format a cell to fill with a certain color (Green) if that cell value is within a +/- range of another cell (we can say A1 for argument).
To further explain, if cell A1 is "3", I want cell B1 to fill with the color green if the value of B1 is between 0 and 6. Any help is greatly appreciated!
 

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