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    Default One Cell, two colors

    Can you put a diagonal line in a cell and then color one part of it one color and the ther part of it another color?
    Thanks for the help

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    short answer "no"
    you can change the font colors by splitting (highlight the part for 1st color, then highlight 2nd part)

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    I suppose you *could* use triangle autoshapes and textboxes if you really wanted to; but, as texasalynn said, there's no easy way...
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