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How do I change the font on a single bound text box?

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jm
I have a continuous form tied to a query. Upon a certain criterion
being met, I want to turn the font in a single field on a single row
the color red. I found forecolor and was able to turn the box red,
but the main problem is is that the entire column turns that color. I
only want the one single row and then only the specific field to turn
red. I don't want them all red!

Thanks for any help (Access xp 2002).
Nov 12 '05 #1
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"jm" <jo*************@yahoo.com> wrote in message
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I have a continuous form tied to a query. Upon a certain criterion
being met, I want to turn the font in a single field on a single row
the color red. I found forecolor and was able to turn the box red,
but the main problem is is that the entire column turns that color. I
only want the one single row and then only the specific field to turn
red. I don't want them all red!

Thanks for any help (Access xp 2002).

Check the help file for Conditional Formatting. It is an option that was added
in Access 2000.
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