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ceuser
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Getting a value out of a field and changing the color of the output based on the value.

Looking to write an expression that takes the value of a field (ConditionStatus), where the output can be Good, Poor, Bad, NA and add a color to the output. Green=Good, NA=Grey, Bad=Red, Poor=Yellow. This is being written out in HTML and then create a PDF in the end.

<p>['QuestionID']. ['QuestionText']</p><p> ['ConditionStatus']</p><p>['Note']</p>

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ceuser
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Never mind, it was easy. I used CSS to change the color. I was so focused on code that I forgot I could use CSS.

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ceuser
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Never mind, it was easy. I used CSS to change the color. I was so focused on code that I forgot I could use CSS.

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