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Can I get a gradient fill in a rectangle?

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Is it possible to create a rectangle on a report and put a gradient fill in it?
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It's not possible to fil the rectangle with a gradient, only with a solid color in Access Report.

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If you have a graphics program which will let you create a gradient image, you could possibly do that and add it to an image control on your report.

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Thanks. I looked around and found http://www.peterssoftware.com/bcg.htm
which I modified slightly to give me a series of rectangles to give the apperance of a gradient fill.
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