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Formating Pivot Table Cell Background Color

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Has anyone discovered a way to control the background color of individual "cells" based on the cells content?

When the cell has a negative value or is without content I'd like to change its background color.

I'm using XP Pro with all updates and MS-Access 2003 with SP1.

Thanks for whatever help you can give - Pat
Mar 20 '07 #1
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MMcCarthy
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Has anyone discovered a way to control the background color of individual "cells" based on the cells content?

When the cell has a negative value or is without content I'd like to change its background color.

I'm using XP Pro with all updates and MS-Access 2003 with SP1.

Thanks for whatever help you can give - Pat
Click on the control you want to change colour and then go to Format - Conditional Formatting and play with the settings there.

Mary
Mar 22 '07 #2

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