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how to turn OFF the alternating row colours in Access2010?

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in Acc2007 I could turn off the alternating row colours for all table or query views, see first screen shot. In 2010 I can not seem too; I have to do one by one using the Ribbon. Is there a way on menu or VBA to set all to NO alternating row colours? 2007 Options 2010 options
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Text formatting toolbar has the option all the way to the right, drop down menu -> no color. see attached.

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Roger - I did not check close enough. I mean turn off alt row column by default for any table, new or old ...
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