I very much doubt you can do it without VBA.
This might sound daft, but im just wondering if it is possible to Flash text 2 different colours in a cell.
Cell A1 will say - - - Well done
and I want it to flash blue and red, but not use VBA to do it.
Can it be done or am I wishful thinking? This would be on Office 97.
Only way I can think of would be to use conditional formatting based upon the second of the time. Normally use the mod 2 to alternate the color. Only issues then is with calculation.
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VBA solution only.
But I strongly advise against it.
Prompted by Badger's suggestion, this is the closest I could get but it's hardly flashing and only seems to update if you refresh or select the cell. Perhaps it can be improved upon
CF formula is:and change the text colour.=MOD(SECOND(NOW()),2)=0
You can do it with VBA.
VB:Option Explicit Public RunWhen As Double Sub StartBlink() If Range("k8").Interior.ColorIndex = 3 Then Range("k8").Interior.ColorIndex = 6 Else Range("k8").Interior.ColorIndex = 3 End If RunWhen = Now + TimeSerial(0, 0, 1) Application.OnTime RunWhen, "StartBlink", , True End Sub Sub StopBlink() Range("k8").Interior.ColorIndex = xlAutomatic Application.OnTime RunWhen, "StartBlink", , False End Sub
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