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Suppress XP Visual Styles for form elements

Posted on 2003-11-06
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I don't want windows xp visual styles to be applied to form elements on my site. I've read how to do this somewhere, so I know it can be done. Now I cannot find where I read it...anyone know how to do this?

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That's it! Thanks!
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No worries. :^)
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