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Access 2003/2010 command buttons

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Hi EE

Is there away to be able change cmd buttons back ground colour.

chestera
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by:Rey Obrero (Capricorn1)
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you can only do that in access2010

select the command button
click Format from the Form design Tab in the ribbon

in the Control Formatting
select the color you want from the Shape Fill drop down

you also have other choices like
Quick styles
Change shape

etc..
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Helen Feddema earned 250 total points
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Before that, you could fake it with an image of a colored button with a transparent command button over it.  I remember doing that many versions ago.  It still works in Access 2003 -- just checked.
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Format from ribbon
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by:chestera
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Thank you Helen and capricorn1. I am working in 2003 at this moment

regards Alan
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