[mso] Re: Access Fields Formats



Hi Stephen,

   Yes it sure is possible, and very easy at that.=20

Just open the form in design view and select your memo field. Then click =
the properties icon on the toolbar. (The properties icon looks like a =
little hand pointing to a sheet of paper.) You can also get the property =
sheet by the shortcut keys  Alt + V  then P. Go through the list of =
properties and do whatever you like. If you don't understand a property =
setting, click inside the property line and press F-1 key. You'll get an =
explanation.

So, you're in new Zealand !

I have a radio friend in Maungaraki, Lower Hutt. Is that anywhere your =
location?

Have fun,

Peter C.
Stuart, Florida
? Kp@xxxxxxxx
-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-
ICQ =3D 412633





-----Original Message-----
From: mso-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:mso-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx]On =
Behalf Of Stephen Doyle
Sent: Wednesday, May 08, 2002 10:46 PM
To: Microsoft Office Freelist
Subject: [mso] Access Fields Formats

Hi All,

Is it possible in a memo field to allow formatting of text, and if so =
how
TIA

Cheers
Stephen
steve@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
www.dmsystems.co.nz
021 258 7618, 09 479 5934
=20

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