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Microsoft: Access Other topics FAQ


Matching the Default Background Color by perrymans
Posted: 10 Feb 03

I had a company symbol with a white background, and a form with the default gray in Access. So I took it into MS Paint, and searched for the right color.

If you use the default background gray color (-2147483633), you can closely match this in Paint buy creating the following custom color:

Hue   160
Sat   0
Lum   198
Red   210
Green 210
Blue  210

This will give you a seemless color transition from your embedded picture to the forms background.


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