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Default Conditional Formatting... In Access???

Good day all.

Does anyone know if you can set conditional formatting to a field in MS-Access as you do in Excel? If so, how?

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I know how in MS-Acces forms. What is it?
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If yuo are in a form, whether the form is in Datasheet view or continuous, you click on the field that you would like to format, on the main menu go to format/conditional formatting.
It is the same after that. For reports I believe that you do it in report design mode.



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