Change the "Form Style"

Posted on 2004-10-21
Last Modified: 2008-03-06
I created 1 form with a wizard and was given the chance to select a style.  I picked Sumi Painting.  All of my other forms are some plain style.  I can't fgure out how to get this Sumi form style to the plain style.  Thanks,
Question by:FatalErr
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    Go to the Property Page of your form and remove the (BitMap) from the Picture property

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    Accepted Solution


    Set the form to design view, select 'Format', select 'Autoformat, change the setting from 'Sumi Painting' to 'Standard', click 'OK' and open the form in form view.


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    I selected the second answer because it tells me how to apply whatever style I want rather than to just remove one.  



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