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How to formatting by format field property.

In Table design view i want 2 format(like bold,italic,underline,font colour etc.) texts by setting format properties. And also formulas that can be applicable to the queries (average,sum,if MS EXCEL)

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Re: how to formatting by format field property.

Right-click the field in the form, and select Properties. Under the ALL tab, look for the Font colour, font style, etc). For queries, select the blank area in design view, and click the "Build" icon on the Query Design toolbar. Use the expressions as you would in Excel.

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