Change Row Color In List view Control Under Certain Circumstances

I have a database that contains a list of wanted persons,  On the search form the search results are displayed on an access list box control. As I understand it the row color can not be independently controlled. One of the fields contain the classification of the offence, Misd or Felony, what we need is if the offence has a felony classification is for the background of the row to be red otherwise remain white. I am using Ms Access 2003. Is there a different control or a newer version of Access that will do what we need?.
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No version of Access supports that in a ListBox.
Replace the Listbox with a continuous subform or rework the search results form to be a continuous form.
That will support conditional formatting of each row.
A ListBox never will.
I would use the continuous subform recommended by Nick but you could use the ListView control which has a lot of formatting options not available in a ListBox.  However, be warned, the ListView may no longer be available as of A2013.
Dale FyeOwner, Developing Solutions LLCCommented:
you might also want to look at Steve Leban's enhanced listbox code.  Steve has been out of the Access business for quite a while, but did some really great things for the community when he was engaged. Have not tested any of this since the 2003 version, but if that is a functionality you want and desire, give it a look.
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mickeyshelley1Author Commented:
Thanks for the responses, i am actively looking into the recommendation i will post back....
Helen FeddemaCommented:
Can't do this with a listbox, but you can certainly colorize rows in a datasheet subform using conditional formatting.  See my Access Archon #201:

Here is a screen shot of the form:

Colorizing datasheet rows
If you need an action for a selected row or cell, just add a DblClick event to the appropriate cell.

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mickeyshelley1Author Commented:
Than you so sorry for the delay
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