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When using the Print statement to produce details to a form (i.e. Print "Hello World"), how do you change the printed details (Hello World) colour to white, rather than black.

I'm also on a form which contains records about a horse (horse table), I want to use a button on this form which will open a form about horse scan records (scan table) and will open the scan record appropriate to the horse form record. The horse form contains the horse number and the scan from contians the horse number to link these together. I.e. horse form record where horse number = 10 to open scan form record where horse number = 10.
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Form1.ForeColor = vbWhite
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Where are the records stored for these horses?
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They are actually stored in a table call MareStatus and the data control is called datProcessStatus, the form is called frmProcessStatusRecordProcessingActions. The scans are stored in a table called SCAN and the data control is datScan, the form is called frmScanRecordProcessingActions.
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Do you have any ideas please??
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Hi willgilmore,
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