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Posted on 2004-03-29
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Hi,

I have used the side bar to setup a background in form 1. I have decided I no-longer want it and want to go back to the original of how you can use background colors. How do I do this? I cannot seem to untick a box or say I no-longer want it.

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Bobeo earned 20 total points
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Hey Relics!

Try this.

In the Properties for your form go down to Picture, click where it says "bitmap" then press the delete key on your keyboard (ie, the one underneath "Insert", not backspace)

Bobeo
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Thx, I kept trying backspace
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