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joycemw New Member
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Creating a Form with Conditions

In PowerApps, I want to color code based off an identified Due Date if something is on target or overdue. Can you give me steps on how to code if something is on target (green) two weeks or more from due date; nearing target (yellow) one week from due date, and then past due date (red).

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Community Support Team
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Re: Creating a Form with Conditions

Hi joycemw,

According to your description, I am not sure whether you want to create report in desktop or apply this in power app? If you want to achieve this in power app, I suggest you could post this problem in power app forum  for more professional suggestions.

Best Regards,
Zoe Zhi

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