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Changing backcolor

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Ron
Hi All,

I have a continuous subform that just displays existing data...no add, edit
function. I'm using it as a way to set defaults for another subform on the
same main form. Everything works fine, except with a lot of data I thought
it might be good if the selected record in the "lookup" subform (for lack of
a better term for it) would change back ground color based on which record
is currently selected. The little triangle that access2000 shows is fine,
but thought it might be better to have the whole row be a different color
than the rest of the continuous subform.

Possible? If so, how? And where?

TIA
ron
Aug 31 '07 #1
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"Ron" <ro********************@verizon.netwrote in message
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Hi All,

I have a continuous subform that just displays existing data...no add,
edit
function. I'm using it as a way to set defaults for another subform on
the
same main form. Everything works fine, except with a lot of data I
thought
it might be good if the selected record in the "lookup" subform (for lack
of
a better term for it) would change back ground color based on which record
is currently selected. The little triangle that access2000 shows is fine,
but thought it might be better to have the whole row be a different color
than the rest of the continuous subform.

Possible? If so, how? And where?

TIA
ron
http://www.mvps.org/access/forms/frm0047.htm
Sep 1 '07 #2

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