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What method can I use to grey out and not hide a Lable or textbox?

Posted on 2006-11-27
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Is there a method I can use when a user select a value out of a list box to grey out the label and textbox without using the Hide or Visable = false method?

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Hi GabicusC,

Try the "Enabled" property (either through the properties pane, or manually)

Me.ListBox1.Enabled = False

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Hillwaaa
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GabicusC,
How about the Locked or Enabled property?
~sirbounty
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