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Change font color of one specific field entry

Change font color of one specific field entry

Change font color of one specific field entry

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I have a field in a table that has descriptions of type of inspections done.
Some of the fields are: Routine, Follow-up; Liquor, Opening, etc.
I would like to have the text in the field for Liquor be red, and all the others in the standard black - is it possible to do that?

RE: Change font color of one specific field entry

Check Conditional Formatting which provides this functionality. Your question does lack clarity since I don't know if you have a single field with values like: "Routine, Follow-up; Liquor, Opening, etc." or if you have fields with these names as suggested by:

Quote (monkeysee)

Some of the fields are: Routine, Follow-up; Liquor, Opening, etc.

Duane
Minnesota
Hook'D on Access
MS Access MVP 2001-2016

RE: Change font color of one specific field entry

If the field name is Liquor then right-click | font/fore color and select color

Otherwise what dhookom stated bigsmile
If the field is Description and has those in that field, use the conditionally formatting where the field Description = Liquor then select color

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