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Come cambiare il colore della forma in base al valore della cella in Excel?

Modificare il colore della forma in base a un valore di cella specifico può essere un'attività interessante in Excel, ad esempio, se il valore della cella in A1 è inferiore a 100, il colore della forma è rosso, se A1 è maggiore di 100 e minore di 200, il il colore della forma è giallo e quando A1 è maggiore di 200, il colore della forma è verde come mostrato nella seguente schermata. Per cambiare il colore della forma in base al valore di una cella, questo articolo introdurrà il metodo per te.

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Cambia il colore della forma in base al valore della cella con il codice VBA


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Il codice VBA sottostante può aiutarti a cambiare il colore della forma in base al valore di una cella, per favore fai come segue:

1. Fare clic con il pulsante destro del mouse sulla scheda del foglio di cui si desidera modificare il colore della forma, quindi selezionare Visualizza codice dal menu contestuale, nel saltato fuori Microsoft Visual Basic, Applications Edition finestra, copia e incolla il seguente codice nello spazio vuoto Moduli finestra.

Codice VBA: cambia il colore della forma in base al valore della cella:

Private Sub Worksheet_Change(ByVal Target As Range)
'Updateby Extendoffice 20160704
    If Intersect(Target, Range("A1")) Is Nothing Then Exit Sub
    If IsNumeric(Target.Value) Then
        If Target.Value < 100 Then
            ActiveSheet.Shapes("Oval 1").Fill.ForeColor.RGB = vbRed
        ElseIf Target.Value >= 100 And Target.Value < 200 Then
            ActiveSheet.Shapes("Oval 1").Fill.ForeColor.RGB = vbYellow
        Else
            ActiveSheet.Shapes("Oval 1").Fill.ForeColor.RGB = vbGreen
        End If
    End If
End Sub

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2. E poi quando inserisci il valore nella cella A1, il colore della forma verrà modificato con il valore della cella come hai definito.

Note:: Nel codice sopra, A1 è il valore della cella su cui cambierebbe il colore della forma e il Oval 1 è il nome della forma inserita, puoi cambiarli secondo le tue necessità.

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Como faço para para variar as cores da forma se minha opções for em formato de texto, como "Sim" e "Não"?
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Hello, Emilly
To solve your problem, please apply the below code:
Private Sub Worksheet_Change(ByVal Target As Range)
If Range("A1") = "Yes" Then
ActiveSheet.Shapes("Oval 1").Fill.ForeColor.RGB = vbRed
Else
If Range("A1") = "No" Then
ActiveSheet.Shapes("Oval 1").Fill.ForeColor.RGB = vbGreen
End If
End If
End Sub


Please have a try, hope it can help you!
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Hi Skyyang,

I tried the original VBA code and got it to work, although it would not activate actively when the cell changed. Today the code is not working and I also tried your more simplistic code and still did not work. The only thing that changed is that I copied the worksheet which contained the code that worked. Would this then result in it not working?
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Hola, excelente ejemplo.
Pero como seria si tengo una forma y quiero ir coloreado poco a poco dependiendo del valor ejemplo:
Si el valor es 50%
Seia mitad roja y mitad verde
Pero que se vaya llenando según el porcentaje vaya aumentando
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I am new to VBAs and am struggling with something. I need to have 9 different cells A1-A9 change the colour of 9 different objects. Objects are cubes 1-9. Just to clarify, each cell is to change just one object A1-Cube 1, etc. Red if it fails to meet the value and green if it exceeds the value. The pass/fail value can change so instead of having the value in the VBA I need it to reference cell A10 which has the pass/fail value. Any chance someone could through out a sample code for me to work with.

Thanks
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Great solution! How can I do if I have more than 1 oval in the worksheet which the colors change according to the value input say in A1, B1,C1? Thanks in advance for your reply! 
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Hello mnsosa,Glad to help. Please copy and paste the below VBA code into the blank Module window.
Sub TestMacro2()
Dim dblHt As Double
Dim rngC As Range
Dim lngr As Long
Dim dblMargin As Double
Dim lngSR As Long

lngSR = 2 'Row where the data starts

dblMargin = 6 ' Distance between shapes

'On Error Resume Next
ActiveSheet.Shapes.SelectAll
Selection.Delete
On Error GoTo 0


dblHt = Rows(lngSR).Height * 4

For lngr = lngSR To Cells(lngSR, "A").End(xlDown).Row
ActiveSheet.Shapes.AddShape(msoShapeOval, _
Cells(lngSR, "D").Left + ((lngr - lngSR) Mod 4) * dblHt + dblMargin, _
Cells(lngSR, "D").Top + Int((lngr - lngSR) / 4) * dblHt + dblMargin, _
dblHt - 2 * dblMargin, _
dblHt - 2 * dblMargin).Select
Selection.Name = "Round" & Cells(lngr, "A").Address
Selection.ShapeRange.TextFrame2.VerticalAnchor = msoAnchorMiddle
Selection.ShapeRange(1).TextFrame2.TextRange.Characters.Text = Cells(lngr, "A").Value
With Selection.ShapeRange(1).TextFrame2.TextRange.Characters(1, 2).ParagraphFormat
.FirstLineIndent = 0
.Alignment = msoAlignCenter
End With
With Selection.ShapeRange(1).TextFrame2.TextRange.Characters(1, 2).Font
.Bold = msoTrue
.Fill.Visible = msoTrue
.Fill.ForeColor.ObjectThemeColor = msoThemeColorText1
.Fill.ForeColor.TintAndShade = 0
.Fill.ForeColor.Brightness = 0
.Fill.Transparency = 0
.Fill.Solid
.Size = 12
End With
With Selection.ShapeRange.Fill
.Visible = msoTrue
If Cells(lngr, "A").Value > 70 Then
.ForeColor.RGB = RGB(0, 176, 80)
ElseIf Cells(lngr, "A").Value >= 40 Then
.ForeColor.RGB = RGB(255, 255, 70)
Else
.ForeColor.RGB = RGB(255, 0, 0)
End If
.Transparency = 0
.Solid
End With
Next lngr
Range("A1").Select
End Sub

After you run the VBA code above, you will see multiple shapes are generated, and the colors of these shapes are changed according to the VBA.Please see my screenshot. Hope it can help. Have a nice day.Sincerely,Mandy
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¿Cómo hacemos si tenemos más de 1 Oval en la hoja de trabajo cuyos colores cambian de acuerdo con el valor ingresado, por ejemplo, en A1, B1, C1...? Mil gracias por su ayuda!

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Hello María Noel,
Glad to help. Please copy and paste the below VBA code into the blank Module window.

Sub TestMacro2()
Dim dblHt As Double
Dim rngC As Range
Dim lngr As Long
Dim dblMargin As Double
Dim lngSR As Long

lngSR = 2 'Row where the data starts

dblMargin = 6 ' Distance between shapes

'On Error Resume Next
ActiveSheet.Shapes.SelectAll
Selection.Delete
On Error GoTo 0


dblHt = Rows(lngSR).Height * 4

For lngr = lngSR To Cells(lngSR, "A").End(xlDown).Row
ActiveSheet.Shapes.AddShape(msoShapeOval, _
Cells(lngSR, "D").Left + ((lngr - lngSR) Mod 4) * dblHt + dblMargin, _
Cells(lngSR, "D").Top + Int((lngr - lngSR) / 4) * dblHt + dblMargin, _
dblHt - 2 * dblMargin, _
dblHt - 2 * dblMargin).Select
Selection.Name = "Round" & Cells(lngr, "A").Address
Selection.ShapeRange.TextFrame2.VerticalAnchor = msoAnchorMiddle
Selection.ShapeRange(1).TextFrame2.TextRange.Characters.Text = Cells(lngr, "A").Value
With Selection.ShapeRange(1).TextFrame2.TextRange.Characters(1, 2).ParagraphFormat
.FirstLineIndent = 0
.Alignment = msoAlignCenter
End With
With Selection.ShapeRange(1).TextFrame2.TextRange.Characters(1, 2).Font
.Bold = msoTrue
.Fill.Visible = msoTrue
.Fill.ForeColor.ObjectThemeColor = msoThemeColorText1
.Fill.ForeColor.TintAndShade = 0
.Fill.ForeColor.Brightness = 0
.Fill.Transparency = 0
.Fill.Solid
.Size = 12
End With
With Selection.ShapeRange.Fill
.Visible = msoTrue
If Cells(lngr, "A").Value > 70 Then
.ForeColor.RGB = RGB(0, 176, 80)
ElseIf Cells(lngr, "A").Value >= 40 Then
.ForeColor.RGB = RGB(255, 255, 70)
Else
.ForeColor.RGB = RGB(255, 0, 0)
End If
.Transparency = 0
.Solid
End With
Next lngr
Range("A1").Select
End Sub

After you run the VBA code above, you will see multiple shapes are generated, and the colors of these shapes are changed according to the VBA.
Please see my screenshot. Hope it can help. Have a nice day.
Sincerely,
Mandy
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Hi... excellent solution... but how do I apply it to multiple shapes based on the corresponding values of a range of cells. Many thanks in advance for your help.
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Hello Ryan,
Glad to help. Please copy and paste the below VBA code into the blank Module window.

Sub TestMacro2()
Dim dblHt As Double
Dim rngC As Range
Dim lngr As Long
Dim dblMargin As Double
Dim lngSR As Long

lngSR = 2 'Row where the data starts

dblMargin = 6 ' Distance between shapes

'On Error Resume Next
ActiveSheet.Shapes.SelectAll
Selection.Delete
On Error GoTo 0


dblHt = Rows(lngSR).Height * 4

For lngr = lngSR To Cells(lngSR, "A").End(xlDown).Row
ActiveSheet.Shapes.AddShape(msoShapeOval, _
Cells(lngSR, "D").Left + ((lngr - lngSR) Mod 4) * dblHt + dblMargin, _
Cells(lngSR, "D").Top + Int((lngr - lngSR) / 4) * dblHt + dblMargin, _
dblHt - 2 * dblMargin, _
dblHt - 2 * dblMargin).Select
Selection.Name = "Round" & Cells(lngr, "A").Address
Selection.ShapeRange.TextFrame2.VerticalAnchor = msoAnchorMiddle
Selection.ShapeRange(1).TextFrame2.TextRange.Characters.Text = Cells(lngr, "A").Value
With Selection.ShapeRange(1).TextFrame2.TextRange.Characters(1, 2).ParagraphFormat
.FirstLineIndent = 0
.Alignment = msoAlignCenter
End With
With Selection.ShapeRange(1).TextFrame2.TextRange.Characters(1, 2).Font
.Bold = msoTrue
.Fill.Visible = msoTrue
.Fill.ForeColor.ObjectThemeColor = msoThemeColorText1
.Fill.ForeColor.TintAndShade = 0
.Fill.ForeColor.Brightness = 0
.Fill.Transparency = 0
.Fill.Solid
.Size = 12
End With
With Selection.ShapeRange.Fill
.Visible = msoTrue
If Cells(lngr, "A").Value > 70 Then
.ForeColor.RGB = RGB(0, 176, 80)
ElseIf Cells(lngr, "A").Value >= 40 Then
.ForeColor.RGB = RGB(255, 255, 70)
Else
.ForeColor.RGB = RGB(255, 0, 0)
End If
.Transparency = 0
.Solid
End With
Next lngr
Range("A1").Select
End Sub

After you run the VBA code above, you will see multiple shapes are generated, and the colors of these shapes are changed according to the VBA.
Please see my screenshot. Hope it can help. Have a nice day.
Sincerely,
Mandy
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How do I make the private sub to read the result from the AVERAGE(C1,C5,C9) calculation?

Sub only works with numeric values; any thoughts and suggestions are greatly appreciated.
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Hello Cesare,How are you? I notice that the VBA code can work with the AVERAGE(number, number...) calculation. But the trick is that every time you change the values in the calculation, you need to double-click the formula in the cell to make the VBA work again. 
For example, In cell A1, after we input the formula is =AVERAGE(C2:D3), the VBA works and changes the color of the shape accordingly. Please see screenshot 1. <span style="letter-spacing: 0.2px; color: inherit; font-family: inherit; font-style: inherit; font-variant-ligatures: inherit; font-variant-caps: inherit; font-weight: inherit;">C2:D3, the returned result in cell A1 changes, but the shape color hasn't been changed yet. In this case, we need to double click the formula in cell A1 to make the VBA work. Then the shape color will be changed accordingly. Please see screenshots 2 and 3.</span>
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Thanks for this which is really useful.

I now want to use it with a pivot table on another worksheet which controls the data on the sheet with the shapes that I want to change colour. However, when I change the selection on the pivot table the data on the worksheet with the shapes is updated but the code does not run so the shapes do not change colour

If I manually change the values the code runs and the colour of the shapes is updated.

Question: what do i need to add to the code above to allow it to run automatically?
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How can this be applied if you have multiple shape in the same worksheet?
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Hello Yasir,
Glad to help. Please copy and paste the below VBA code into the blank Module window.

Sub TestMacro2()
Dim dblHt As Double
Dim rngC As Range
Dim lngr As Long
Dim dblMargin As Double
Dim lngSR As Long

lngSR = 2 'Row where the data starts

dblMargin = 6 ' Distance between shapes

'On Error Resume Next
ActiveSheet.Shapes.SelectAll
Selection.Delete
On Error GoTo 0


dblHt = Rows(lngSR).Height * 4

For lngr = lngSR To Cells(lngSR, "A").End(xlDown).Row
ActiveSheet.Shapes.AddShape(msoShapeOval, _
Cells(lngSR, "D").Left + ((lngr - lngSR) Mod 4) * dblHt + dblMargin, _
Cells(lngSR, "D").Top + Int((lngr - lngSR) / 4) * dblHt + dblMargin, _
dblHt - 2 * dblMargin, _
dblHt - 2 * dblMargin).Select
Selection.Name = "Round" & Cells(lngr, "A").Address
Selection.ShapeRange.TextFrame2.VerticalAnchor = msoAnchorMiddle
Selection.ShapeRange(1).TextFrame2.TextRange.Characters.Text = Cells(lngr, "A").Value
With Selection.ShapeRange(1).TextFrame2.TextRange.Characters(1, 2).ParagraphFormat
.FirstLineIndent = 0
.Alignment = msoAlignCenter
End With
With Selection.ShapeRange(1).TextFrame2.TextRange.Characters(1, 2).Font
.Bold = msoTrue
.Fill.Visible = msoTrue
.Fill.ForeColor.ObjectThemeColor = msoThemeColorText1
.Fill.ForeColor.TintAndShade = 0
.Fill.ForeColor.Brightness = 0
.Fill.Transparency = 0
.Fill.Solid
.Size = 12
End With
With Selection.ShapeRange.Fill
.Visible = msoTrue
If Cells(lngr, "A").Value > 70 Then
.ForeColor.RGB = RGB(0, 176, 80)
ElseIf Cells(lngr, "A").Value >= 40 Then
.ForeColor.RGB = RGB(255, 255, 70)
Else
.ForeColor.RGB = RGB(255, 0, 0)
End If
.Transparency = 0
.Solid
End With
Next lngr
Range("A1").Select
End Sub

After you run the VBA code above, you will see multiple shapes are generated, and the colors of these shapes are changed according to the VBA.
Please see my screenshot. Hope it can help. Have a nice day.
Sincerely,
Mandy
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Great vba solution.

It is possible to also use conditional formatting to colour the shapes.

Set the name of each shape as the cell value. Using a With Each Shape then set the shape colour as the cell colour for all named shapes.

The cell colour may be changed using conditional formatting based on numerical values.

For example the colour of a semi transparent overlap on a city map can be used to graphically indicate population density per block with a graduated colour scheme.
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Can you share an example of the code?
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