Coloring Numbers Based on Specific Criteria

To color numbers, add criteria to the Custom Formatting:

Color positive and/or negative numbers in any desired color. (Do not get too excited – the number of colors is limited to eight, and most are difficult to read!)

For example, [BLUE] #,##0 ; [RED](#,##0)
• The first formatting section (before the first ;) refers to the formatting of positive numbers and is displayed in blue.
• The second formatting section (after the first ;) refers to the formatting of negative numbers and is displayed in red.
• The number 0 uses the positive formatting information (if there are two sections in the syntax) and is therefore displayed in blue.
• To add a condition to the formatting:
• Each section is displayed in a different color:
[BLUE] [5000]#,##0 ;[RED](#,##0); #,##0
Positive numbers above 5,000 are blue.
Negative numbers are red.
Positive numbers up to 5,000 (and 0) are black.
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Coloring Numbers Based on Specific Criteria

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