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using an if statement to seperate bold and non bold font

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    using an if statement to seperate bold and non bold font

    Hi guys just wondering if there is a way to ask in an if statement to check if the text is in bold and return a value and a zero if not. Thanks in advance

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    With out more info check out this code
    it checks column G and if the text is bold then it will change the cell to 7 if it is not bold it will change the value to 0

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