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Quick question (hopefully)

Using Access 2007.

I am using a checkbox to trigger an event.

My question is, I would like the check box to be larger....I can't seem to find any attribute or property that will effectively change the size of the check box.

I can change the border size....but not the box itself.


Feb 16 '09 #1
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If 2007 is the same as earlier versions then there is no option to change the size of the checkbox control.
Feb 16 '09 #2

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Checkbox size not a property, therefore you can't. Some things I do here is:
To see it better, you can 1) use an Image control, and use your own images of checked & unchecked checkboxes. Now you can have X-Boxes instead of checks, or use "X" and "O" within the box. 2) Use a ToggleButton, which can be any size.
To make it easier for mouse to be over it when clicked (click on near-miss), you can expand the label to include the checkbox as clicking the label is the same as clicking the checkbox.
Using a boolean control to trigger an event makes sense if there are 2 states, and you are switching between them. If not, a command button would be appropriate.
Feb 16 '09 #3

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