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You're on the right track - that's the way I do it. What value are you using for your condition, a numeric or the string. Also, are you using the proper syntax with text -> ="ok" for OK? Are you trying to use "equal to" and a value of >1 (which it will probably "correct" to the text string ">1" behind your back)?

Gary Hodgson & Associates wrote:

This may be a no-brainer but there are days.  I want to
indicate a "satisfactory" answer in green and "no good"
in red. I tried conditional formatting but it doesn't
seem to work.  Can any body help me? TIA.
Gary




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