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MS Access 2003 ListBox change row font color based on value

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I have a listbox that is returning my data and Column(1) value will be a "x" or nothing

Is there a way in VBA to change the entire row font color based on it's column(1) value = "x" ?
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Listboxes don't have that kind of formatting flexibility in Access.

If you need effects like that, an alternative is to use a subform in continuous forms or datasheet view and apply conditional formatting.
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^^^ what she said
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Thanks
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