lyndapodcast teaches you how to apply conditional formatting withing Microsoft Access 2010. You click View - Design View. Click the Total tab and you'll notice some highlighted options above. Click Format and then Conditional Formatting. This where you will create rules. Click the new rule button. Now you will see the conditions with drop-down menus. Type in the numbers you want and then select the formatting you want when the rule is true. The preview below will show you how the numbers will look. Click Home and then View - Report view.
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