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Changing Font size on Datasheet

Posted on 2011-03-25
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Hi,
I am using Access 2010.
Simple question: How do I change font size for the body of a datasheet??

There is a button at the top of the screen that allows me to change to Fonts but NOT the size - just the style.

In the "Design" form there is no font size either.  (Unlike regular forms)

Am I missing something?
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Question by:Patrick O'Dea
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Open the form in Normal View then

Go to the Home Tab -> Text Formatting Group

Sincerely,
Ed
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 Click File, then options.  Look on the left for datasheet.  The font size option is to the right.

JimD.
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 Sorry, I was thinking of the default.  Ed is correct.

JimD.
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You can do this in the Form Load event, as well as set other Datasheet properties.

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This is a good reference also:

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You Can Do That with Datasheets
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Thanks again ... I will now check out MX article!
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