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    Unanswered: Colors in TextBox

    Is there a way to use more than one color in a TextBox. I want to let the SQL statement be written in a text box, but I want the SELECT, WHERE, ORDER BY in Blue for example and the rest in black.? Is that possible?

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    I think U can use conditional formatting.

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    Originally posted by bansals_vad
    I think U can use conditional formatting.
    Would you please give an example? Thanks

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    Originally posted by bansals_vad
    I think U can use conditional formatting.
    Is there conditional Formating in Access?

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    Here

    See attachment
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    Last edited by realbombadil; 09-24-04 at 09:37.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hammbakka
    Is there a way to use more than one color in a TextBox. I want to let the SQL statement be written in a text box, but I want the SELECT, WHERE, ORDER BY in Blue for example and the rest in black.? Is that possible?
    Hammy,

    Nope. Unless you change to a RTF textbox ... Conditional formatting does nothing because that still is only 1 color ...
    Back to Access ... ADO is not the way to go for speed ...

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    you might try to find an proper activex control to do that.
    ghozy.

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