Color Constants

Posted on 2000-01-17
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Last Modified: 2010-05-02
I am trying to use the light gray (the lightest one) for my field backcolor, but the only constants I see are the main colors plus system colors.  I would rather not use the binary representation.

Are there "vb<colors>" other than those main and system ones?  Or, do I have to make my own constant for that light gray color?
Question by:MMILLER

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tward earned 150 total points
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No, those are the only built in constants for colors that VB has.

You would have to make your own constant.

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Thank you.

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