conditional formatting within an = cell

="YTD Wins = $"&ROUND((GETPIVOTDATA("Total EBV (USD000)",$K$5,"META DATA OUTCOME STATUS","Won")/1000),0)&"M - " &  TEXT(Targets!B3,"0%") & " vs target"& " ($" &ROUND(Targets!H1,0)&"M" & ")"


My above formula returns me my result perfectly - however

If TEXT(Targets!B3,"0%") is less than 90% i want that part of the text to be red, if between 90% and 100% amber, above 100% - green

is this possible?

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No,  you cannot rich text formatting to the result of a formula.

You could do it on a range.value vith VBA


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Seamus2626Author Commented:
Not worth using VBA for this report, thanks man!
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