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Access 2010 Conditional fields

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I am using Access 2010

I would like to use conditional formatting to change the colour  of a row if it is locked.
Since I am using this rule over several columns,  I would prefer if the syntax  in the conditional statement were to refer to it's own "self" column instead of by column's name.

For example.

[Field1].Locked=True         ... this works fine but I would  prefer to have the syntax read something like

col().locked = true      so I can use the same code over multiple columns.

Hope you can help.
Michael Carrillo
Information Systems Manager
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