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rich text box in ms access 2010

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hi
is there a rich text box in ms access 2010 ?
and how to use it? please
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Yes ... They are called Memo fields

1) Set the data Type to Memo in the table.

2) In the form ...
    In the Property Sheet of the text box that you want to hold the rich text, go to the Data tab.
   Set the Text Format property to Rich Text

.... described quite well here
https://support.office.com/en-nz/article/Insert-or-add-a-rich-text-field-9f86237d-dbbc-4a85-b12c-9d8dca824630
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Rich Text Option
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thank you very much
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