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How to fix strange background on Access 2016

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I supplied a client with a Access 2010 database, which he runs on Access 2016. The background of the database is not like I am used in Access 2010. It is full of stripes/lines and they change to different types of lines while I use the database. Will you please look at the attached screenshot and mabe tell me where to fix it or what is your diagnosis.Screenshot of strange background
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Gustav Brock earned 500 total points
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That looks like a screenshot via TeamViewer.
What does a screenshot on the physical machine look like?

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Thanks,
That seems to be the problem.
Regards,
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