Excel, change font color of the result of a calculation.

if the numerical result of a calculation between two cells in <= a particular value, I want to have the resulting value to be a specific color.

Thanks.
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Saurabh Singh TeotiaCommented:
Have you tried the option of setting the conditional formatting on that cell where you want to change this color as you can define conditional formatting to change once the condition is met..

Here are couple of links which can start you going about how to apply conditional formatting in this case...

Link-1

Or

Link-2

Saurabh...

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