I have a Numbers spreadsheet that lists, side-by-side, two percentage levels. So column A lists the item, column B lists a percentage, and column C lists a percentage. There are a few thousand rows of items overall, and the large majority of the items themselves have the same percentage in columns B and C. What I'd like to do is create a column D, and have a formula that writes "SAME" if the two percentages in any given row are the same, and "DIFFERENT" if they're different. It would be an added plus if it could color them green and red, respectively. Is there a formula that will do this? It would be a great way to pinpoint the minority of items that have different percentages. The cherry on top would be if in addition to writing "DIFFERENT" in the D column for rows that don't share the same percentage, it could also list the difference in that cell so I could thus sort alphabetically/numerically and tackle the biggest differences first. Thanks for your help, and feel free to let me know if I can clarify!