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setting backcolor for page in multipage form?

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Excel 97 VBA:
How do I make the pages of a multipage form different colors?

I don't see backcolor as a property for the individual pages just for the entire multipage form itself.

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You could try to make a graphic of the color that you want to use then go to Fomat > Sheet > Background now pick the graphic that you created and import it to the sheet.  You should be able to do this for each sheet.

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