How do I format the font colour of an Excel cell with the colour of its sheet tab in VBA ?

I have an Excel 2010 application. I want to test the contents of a cell in VBA and if it meets that condition to change the colour of the text to the same colour of the sheet tab.

How do I do this in VBA code ?

Toco
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[ fanpages ]IT Services ConsultantCommented:
Hi Toco,

Here is an example where selecting cell [C10] ("the condition") sets the (fore)colo(u)r of the contents of that cell to the same colo(u)r as the "Tab" for that worksheet:

Private Sub Worksheet_SelectionChange(ByVal Target As Range)

  If Target.Address = [C10].Address Then
     Target.Font.Color = ActiveSheet.Tab.Color
     Target.Font.TintAndShade = ActiveSheet.Tab.TintAndShade
  End If
  
End Sub

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Can you use that code as a starting point to add your own condition for the appropriate cell?
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Roy CoxGroup Finance ManagerCommented:
Try this

ActiveCell.Font.ColorIndex = ActiveSheet.Tab.ColorIndex

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TocogroupAuthor Commented:
Thanks both for your solutions but I've gone for the first I received.
It works great.
Toco
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