From: ZN on

From: Arvin Meyer [MVP] on
"ZN" <ZN(a)> wrote in message

In what? A table or query, you can't, you can use conditional formatting in
a form or report, but you will need to identify a single characteristic of
that row, if you want to change only that row.
Arvin Meyer, MCP, MVP

From: John W. Vinson on
On Wed, 12 May 2010 11:20:01 -0700, ZN <ZN(a)> wrote:

It's considered polite to use the big textbox to post a comprehensible
question - what program you're using (Access is the subject of this group),
what you're doing with it (a Table, a Form, something else), and what result
you want.

You're talking to real live human volunteers, not to a search engine.

John W. Vinson [MVP]
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