Setting text in bold


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Alex Hammerstein

Hi

On a form I concatenate a Title, Forename and Surname field thus:
name:Trim([title]&" "&[forename]&" "&[surname])
I would like the surname to appear in bold - is this possible please?


Also I have another single field which has a forname and surname in the same
field. Is it possible to make that surname into bold please?

Thanks

Alex
 
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ghetto_banjo

I think you would need to make them separate textboxes on the form.
As far as I know the textbox itself can be set to bold in it's
entirety but not just pieces of it.
 
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Tom van Stiphout

On Thu, 12 Nov 2009 12:21:31 -0800 (PST), ghetto_banjo

Actually, A2007 has support for RTF built-in; simply set the Text
Format property accordingly.

-Tom.
Microsoft Access MVP
 
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Alex Hammerstein

Hi, and thanks for your post.

Surely the Text Format property will apply to the whole field wont it? I
concatenate the three fields into one using a SQL query and in the resulting
list I would like to just have the surname element in bold.

Thanks

Alex
 

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