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access conditionally format textbox via checkbox

Posted on 2011-02-18
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Forgotten how to do this.

Just want to conditionally format textbox text to turn from black to red when adjacent checkbox is ticked.

Expression? what to put in conditional formatting controls ?
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check this from ms

Change the appearance of a control by using conditional formatting

http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/access-help/change-the-appearance-of-a-control-by-using-conditional-formatting-HA010208133.aspx
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select the textbox, then click on Format > conditional Formatting

place this codes

expression is   [checkBoxName]=-1

set the text color to red
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both very helpful
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