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Format Your Form
Creating Forms in Microsoft Access 2007
Mike Chapple
Now that you've arranged the field placement on your Microsoft Access form, it's time to spice things up a bit by applying customized formatting.

You should still be in Layout View at this point in the process. Go ahead and click the Format tab on the ribbon and you'll see the icons shown in the image above.

You can use these icons to change the color and font of text, the style of gridlines around your fields, include a logo and many other formatting tasks.

Explore all of these options. Go crazy and customize your form to your heart's content. When you're finished, move on to the next step of this lesson.
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