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MS Access 2007 Form, Radio Button size and color

Posted on 2009-07-08
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Hi,

Is there any way to make the radio button bigger or change the color of the dot (light green currently) when it is selected?

Thanks,

Luchuan
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Not that I'm aware of.
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The purpose of the Option button is to let its True and false appearance tell you all you need to know.
Colored Option buttons are not currently supported by even the .Net world, AFAIK.
I have never seen a colored Option buttons in any application I have ever worked with.
Can I ask why colors are needed?


If you need a Super "Noticable" indicator, then Link a TextBox, Rectangle, ...ect, to the option button.
Then when you toggle it, the "Super Indicator" will change it's appearance.

Or link the Option button to control the visibilty of an Image.

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Here, have fun.
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Hi Jeff,
Great idea, this is what I need. Thanks a lot.
LSMConsulting, thanks for your help too.

Luchuan
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