Formatting Cells individually in a Table – Microsoft Access

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I am currently in the process of using a Table to track employee annual leave, I need to be able to highlight all the weekends (saturday and sundays) in a different color to make easier to read. How do I do this?  

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  • orangehat
    I use 'on current' in the form to display the data. Below I look to see if  >49 , if so then I turn data RED. I could just as easily checked for string. Probably a better way to do it but his was a simple approach.If blyrmbr.Value > 49 Then    Me!blyrmbr.ForeColor = 255Else    Me!blyrmbr.ForeColor = -2147483640End If
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