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Access: Change color of label on subform

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What Access vbcode could I write to change the color of a label(Label111) on a subform(Name: subform2 Object Source: Sub_form2) on my form(Form1)?
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Tyr this:

Forms!MainFormName!subform2.Form.Label111.Backcolor = .......
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Using your actual form name:

Forms!Form1!subform2.Form.Label111.Backcolor = .......

(you may want to consider changing to more descript names before your project grows much more)
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Here is a reference on how to refer to subforms, etc using VBA:
http://www.mvps.org/access/forms/frm0031.htm
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Thanks MB That worked!!
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Glad to help :-)
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