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How do create or insert an Exit Icon image

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I am trying to create an Icon on the application system for Access 2000. It should look like an open door with an arrow pointing towards the door.I am working in Access 2007. The assignment is a 2000 database. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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Doriana
Apr 30 '18 #1
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twinnyfo
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Doriana,

Welcome to Bytes!

First, what do you mean:
I am trying to create an Icon on the application system for Access 2000
Do you mean create a button on a Form with an exit sign on it? Or something different. I can assume the former, but it is not clear from your question itself.

Second, what do you mean
The assignment is a 2000 database
This gives me the impression (whether intended or not) that this is for some type of homework assignment. Forum rules of integrity prevent us from assisting students with school projects.

Please clarify these two points for us and we will see if we can help.
Apr 30 '18 #2

NeoPa
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Hi Doriana.

While Access can use icons, it can't be used to create them. You probably need to look elsewhere.

@Twinny.
We certainly can't simply do homework assignments for members. We can sometimes help if the question's asked in specific terms about an element of a class assignment though. It all depends on the wording.

In this case, if a tutor has set an assignment with the wording above, then they can count themselves lucky to get anything back <eg>

An 'Assignment' type question is generally one where they cut/paste the assignment wording across to the forum. I suspect that isn't the case here.
Apr 30 '18 #3

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