Change font color in a SWITCH statement

Hello, how can I change the font color from black to RED for the word "Past Due" below?  see the bold part.  The below is in a query design builder window:

PastDueOrPendingSWITCH: Switch([Due Date Per Docs]<Date() And [Completed] Is Null,"Past Due",[Due Date Per Docs]>=Date() And [Completed] Is Null,"Pending",[Completed] Is Not Null,"Completed",True,"")
pdvsaProject financeAsked:
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FlysterCommented:
You can use conditional formatting. Highlight the text box, go to the Design tab and select Conditional. In Condition 1 make these selections in the 3 boxes:  "Field Value is", "Equal to" and "Past Due" (With quotes).

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pdvsaProject financeAuthor Commented:
ahhh...too easy.  I dint think of that.  thank you
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