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Hello, newbie to MS Access.  Trying to figure out how to when I run a report to have the dates on my report that are 30 days or older from the current date to be color font red and bold, If within 1-30  days the font is yellow and bold, else nothing.
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use conditional formatting, select the controls click Format> conditional formatting

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expression is DateDiff("d",[txtDate],Date())<=30
          yellow

expression is DateDiff("d",[txtDate],Date()) > 30
       red

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expression is DateDiff("d",[txtDate],Date()) between 1 and 30
          yellow

expression is DateDiff("d",[txtDate],Date()) > 30
       red

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by:sandramac
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Hello i inputted the expressions but still no color change on the reports
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by:Rey Obrero (Capricorn1)
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can you post the expression that you used. better if you can upload your db
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by:sandramac
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Okay i got it to work, but the cell will only format when i click on the value on the report when i click on a different date
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