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hashah Frequent Visitor
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Re: Conditional formatting for a text column

I have found a solution which may help which I got help from one of my team members:

 

  1. Create a number value for the word by creating an additional column. For example 'Yes' as '1' and 'No' as '2'.
  2. Make sure the additonal column value is a whole number and not text.
  3. Apply and close
  4. Go to the field, use the drop down in the fields section and choose 'conditional formatting' - choose Background or Font colour.
  5. Choose 'Rules' for 'Format by'
  6. 'Summarization' as 'Minimum'
  7. Choose the number and the colour If value is '1' then 'Green'
  8. Click OK and it should work 🙂
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TD-BI-BNE Frequent Visitor
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Re: Conditional formatting for a text column

Perfect, thanks!

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