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MS Access Memo Field Font

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I have a information stored in a memo field.  Is there a way to make part of the data Bold, Underlined or Italics while the rest of the data is "normal" font?

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Not by default in Access.

You could, of course, write a piece of code that finds certain values in a field and then fills text boxes on a form or report accordingly . . . but it's more work than its worth.

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