By Richard Rost 12 months ago
Conditional Formatting Expression Is Option
In this Microsoft Access tutorial, I'm going to teach you how to use the Conditional Formatting Expression Is option to color notes red if the field starts with an asterisk (*).
Gary from Portland, Oregon (a Gold Member) asks: We store a lot of different things in our customer notes field. However if something is critically important, is there a way to make that notes field turn red or something so my reps don't miss it?
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