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New to Access 2010 - can the objects section be customized - font larger or bolded or color

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Hi EE,

Under File/options/object designer.... you can change the font size for the sql

as in the screen shot below....


Are you aware if the names of the objects in the left hand window pane, can
     the font be made bigger, or bolder, or diff color

tx for your help,

sandra
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<afaik>, that is not possible...
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tx Cap!
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