How to change color in the middle of a label's caption?

I've tried a few methods none of which seem to have worked. I'm thinking it's has something to do with the forecolor property but I don't know how to change it in the middle of a caption.
lblBadID.Caption = "Bad IDs: " & BadIds%

I'd like the "Bad IDs:" to be in black and the badids% to be in red (ForeColor = &H000000FF&)

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I don't think you can do this with a standard VB label.  Personally, I would use two labels without borders with different forecolors for each and autosized so that they fit together properly ...

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Try this Formatted Label UserControl from PSC. It uses HTML like tags to display different Font effects including color.
You can use PictureBox:
Private Sub Command1_Click()
   Dim BadIDs As Integer
   BadIDs = 10
   Picture1.ForeColor = vbBlack
   Picture1.Print "Bad IDs: ";
   Picture1.ForeColor = vbRed
   Picture1.Print BadIDs
End Sub
yes a couple of labels with autosize
label2.left = label1.left + label1.width

why you need a label? you need response to events?
you can print direct to the form... what ever you want.

also you can use a rich text box (colors, font sizes, etc.. ) with the "enabled" property disabled or
Private Sub RichTextBox1_KeyPress(KeyAscii As Integer)
    KeyAscii = 0
End Sub
wich will render useless everything you type, with out loosing event availability

hope this helps

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