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Access 2010 - Conditional formatting on a Label

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Hi,
On an Access 2010 report, I'm trying to change the behavior of a label (not a text box) to where if data is = 0 in another text box field, then the label changes color.
I'm fairly new to Access 2010 so your help is appreciated in advance.
thank you,
bcarmi
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