Listbox color format

jsartain

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Does anyone know how to change a listboxes' text color in code? I am trying to change the color of the listbox based on a condition.

For example

Sub OptionButton1.Change()

Y = Worksheets("Sheet1").Range("A1")

If Y = "Yes" Then
Listbox1.Clear
Listbox1.additem "Yes"
Else
Listbox1.Clear
Listbox1.additem "No"
End If

End Sub

I would like the listbox to show the "Yes" and "No" in different colors. Is there a format function to change this [i.e. additem format("Yes",?)]?

Thanks for the help.
 

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