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VBA Formatting Cells With More Than 3 Conditions

I have a spreadsheet which I need more than 3 conditions to the formatting - is there anyway of doing this in VBA!!! Its for a holiday chart that i'm doing - some of the items they can enter into one cell is: B (Bank Holiday) / 1 (1 days holiday) / TR ( Training day) / SL (Study Leave) / 0.5 (half day hols) and more.

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I've formatted each Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Holiday with color. Fridays are blue, Saturdays are green, Sundays are yellow, and Holidays are red. Monday-Thursday are no color.

Next, I fill in each day with an employee name.

Now the hard part...I want to count the number of times an employee name falls on a Monday-Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Holiday. At the bottom of the worksheet I'd like to see something like this:

Friday 4 (total number of days jones is in a blue box)
Saturday 5 (...on a green box...and so on...)
Sunday 3
Holiday 2
Monday-Thursday 50

For each employee name. Sounds easy, right? I can't get it to work!

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