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Changing Form back color in Datasheet view - Access 2007

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I have some Forms that were created from Queries and are presented in Datasheet view. I can change the back colour in design mode but when I save changes and open the Forms they revert to the old grey color again. Is there some VBA code I can use to set the colour every time a form is opened? I've had no success so far.
Jan 27 '13
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NeoPa
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Indeed Smiley. That about sums it up.

Z. That's fantastic to know. Adding the property is not a problem. I just never knew it even could be until your comment.
Jan 30 '13 #11
zmbd
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Ran across it quite by accident.
One of the commercial applications we were using could do this... so trying to duplicate it... thinking that the COM add-in had it buried, well, leave it to a chemist to break something apart (giggle).
Jan 30 '13 #12
TheSmileyCoder
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/me runs off to google "Access easteregg" and "Access hidden features"
Jan 30 '13 #13
NeoPa
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Z:
leave it to a chemist to break something apart (giggle).
I'm continually impressed by the chemists we have contributing on the site :-)
Jan 31 '13 #14

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