## change the color and make bold the result in excel formula - excel-formula

How do I make the color of result "&O4&" green and the color of the result of "&P4&" red?
Here is the formula: ="Present: "&" "&O4&" Times"&" "&" Absent:"&" "&P4&" Times"
Here is the result: Present: 4 Times Absent: 0 Times
I want 4 to be green and 0 to be red in color and bold

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