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 Hi Guy's,

  I tis Concept possible for me in Access Fromview ?

Concept is i want to make an Lable in the from and the lable should glow just like in HTML pages i.e. web pages..

 give me an idea to get the solution..

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I am not sure what you mean when you say "glow." Is that just the smudge background in a bright color? Use an image instead of font.

I would use PhotoShop to create the image, then put it in an image control where the label should be.

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I don't know what should i say it may be i can say it as blinking or flikering just like that..,the lable should do the above said...

u understand?
give me an solution friends

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Hi Pap,

IF I understand right, are you looking for a label that changes color when the mouse is over it, like an HTML link?

say you have a label called lblMyLabel...

On the Mouse Move event for this label, put some code like...

lblMyLabel.Forecolor = 255

that will change it to Red when the mouse is over it.

Now on the Mouse Move event for detail, add the code...

lblMyLabel.Forecolor = 0

that will change it back to black when you move off it.

Hope that helps,

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I didn't understand it was a mouse over issue. I thought he just wanted an image instead of formatted font.

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You could be right, my assumption was based on making the text 'glow' like HTML - which I think just means change color, like a standard HTML link. Although, a graphic would probably look a lot 'slicker' :)

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Well anukagni, which is it? Did these posts help? =)


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Hoo Guy's

Thanks for ur idea i am very happy for this the my friends are helping me to make my issue clear.. hi., Mike not exactally wat u said but that lable should glow when the from open ...if u any idea / solution on this issue pls give reply for it ,thank again...
But iam not getting wat u mentioned..pls give me an correct solution:)

donal did u got the Idea ...?

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I don't think I understand. Is there a link to a page that shows the style you are after? It sounds more like the mouse over issue.

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How does this sound...

Is you what you want that the label changes color, as long as the form that it opens is open?

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