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Setting Colored Text to red for negative values in a listbox

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I have a listbox and sometimes the values are negative and want them red
Can this  be done ?
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Martin Liss earned 500 total points
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Sorry, but you can't.
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Thanks Marty, thats what i thought
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If it's important enough you could switch to an msflexgrid.
Q-28575091.zip
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Not that big of a thing
hope you can answer the question i just posted
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