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Old July 8th 07, 08:26 PM posted to microsoft.public.excel.programming
Wigi Wigi is offline
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Hi

You could use the cell formatting of the cells.

In addition, Format Conditional Formatting is a natural second choice.

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"don" wrote:

I want to have a formula to show when my Blood Pressure is below 90/60 text
red, and when it is too high over 140/90 blue, and normal text when it is not
either.
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