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"910011"'s solution will suffice, although not necessarily 'best' practice (placing literal values in SQL).
Other options include using the Column Formatting options in the column definition - this may also require other hidden columns to be present, if using HTML expression to solve your particular problem.
Another option is to use a report template, similar to the way "Alternative Row Colour" works.
Both of you, please update your forum profile with a real handle instead of a bunch of numbers, in the interests of politeness ;-)
I think the tag you are looking for is
i.e. i don't think
is a valid tag.
To expand on scotts suggestions, i think something like this:
Making the css column hidden.
select 'Sal' as a, 'bold' css from dual union all select 'Comm', 'normal' css from dual
Adding a html expression to the field such as:
<span style="font-weight: #CSS#">#A#</span>