Conditional formatting not always working

Hi Experts,

I have a textbox that is set to display red fonts in two conditions, see attached.

While the first condition works, the second condition only partially works, meaning if I only have that cond. in place then it works, however if I have another condition besides this then it doesn't.

What is the reason?
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Whichever condition returns true first, is the one that rules.  So if some date is less than current date + 30, then that condition is applied and no other condition is checked.
bfuchsAuthor Commented:
Whichever condition returns true first, is the one that rules.
I know that, my problem is in a case when first condition is not true and second is true, it doesn't get red.

bfuchsAuthor Commented:
I figured out a workaround..

Included the logic of the first condition in my function so its only checking now for one condition.
See attached.


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