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how to bold just a part of text box in access 97

Posted on 2004-09-17
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hello
i am desiging a report i need to bold a field inside a textbox. I tired to use fontbold but it only let me bold the whole text box.
here is an example of my text box:
="blah blah"&[company name]&"blah bla bla"
i need to bold just company name.
is it possible ??
Pawel
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shanesuebsahakarn earned 250 total points
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You can use the RTF control to do this, but I'm not especially familiar with it. This link might also help:
http://www.lebans.com/mixbold-plain.htm
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thats the key i dont know how to use Rich Text either.
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Hi psokolo,
You can download from this link too:

http://www.pointltd.com/Downloads/Details.asp?dlID=19

its a text editor in MS Access using MS RFT ActiveX Control.


jaffer
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