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Fixing Colored rows in access database report

Posted on 2013-02-07
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AS you can see from the image the colored lines are all out of sorts. How can these be altered?

I just want the lines within the groups to alternate colors and not the group headings
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Are you really sure about that- it will look quite odd.
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too me it looks odd now. The headings should not be colored. just the rows in my opinion. is there an easy way to do it so i can see how it looks?
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Clearly define: "out of sorts."
...the alternating colors look fine to me...?
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well, i figured out by changing the header backcolor it makes it look alot better to me.

BUT why arent all the headings changing colors? you see cotton picker and grain head took the new backcolor but front loader did not
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k, answered my own question here. sorry

the alternating back color is responsible. Thanks
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answered my own question. sorry
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