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How can i change the look & colour. i.e. Minimise on the left corner not right corner of the title bar in VBA access 97
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by:dbardi
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Your question is a little unclear.  It might just be me, but could you please explain your question more?
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by:abidsml
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I need to change the apperance of my form's title bar. Make it different colour (e.g.Red Not Blue) and maybe locate the minimise button on the left top corner instead of the right.( it is just speculation whether it can be done or not)
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waty earned 10 total points
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Go to my web site (see my profile), you will find sources to do gradient titlebar or how to add picture in the titlebar.
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by:abidsml
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I appreciate your web site, it is professional but i could not get to the specific thing i want, if you can email the answer for me please.
regards

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by:dbardi
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You can set the form to not have a border and insert a label box across the top (to simulate a titlebar) and place a button with a bolded minus sign in the upper left and corner of the form.
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by:dbardi
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P.S.  You won't be able to drag the form but it will look the way you want it to.
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by:waty
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Give me your e-mail
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abidsml@msn.com

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