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    Wondering if there is a way to shade just one record (row) in an access table. When I try, it shades every other row.

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    In general, on a table there is no way to shade a single row. If you want to try doing some conditional formatting on a form or a row, you can set a parameter that will shade a given row, but it doesn't guarantee that there will be just one. On the other hand, if you click the record selector in a table then that row is highlighted.
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    Quote Originally Posted by vangae View Post
    Wondering if there is a way to shade just one record (row) in an access table. When I try, it shades every other row.

    Thank you.
    As Wendell said, you can't highlight a row in a table, but it can be done on a form. Check-out my website (see below, Tips & Downloads) for an example.
    Mark Liquorman
    See my website for Tips & Downloads and for my Liquorman Utilities.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vangae View Post
    Wondering if there is a way to shade just one record (row) in an access table. When I try, it shades every other row.

    Thank you.
    Here is a database (a la HansV) that allows you to colour records in a form, it has quite a few variations.
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