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Amina Jones 
4 months ago
Can you change the color of the arrows in the command button?
I know how to change the background colors but is there a way to change the arrow colors from blue. I watched the cmd button video but it did not answer my question.
Adam Schwanz
4 months ago
If you're talking about a command button. You can change anything you want about it, you can even insert a custom image to be the button. If you're talking about the navigation buttons on the bottom, no there's not much you can do there that I know of.
Adam Schwanz
4 months ago
If you're talking about the "preset" images that you make, I don't think you can change those either on the front, but you can always copy it into paint and overwrite the color there and then put it back into access as an image ;P.
Amina Jones
4 months ago
The commands buttons for previous and next i want to change the color from blue
Amina Jones
4 months ago
The blue triangles inside the command button
Adam Schwanz
4 months ago
You can also go into the character map and find the symbol you want, like ►, then copy/paste that in as text and change the font colors that way.
Amina Jones
4 months ago
where's the character map
Adam Schwanz
4 months ago
It's a windows thing, if you press your windows key and type in character map it should come up. You can also google Character Map and see the online version.
Kevin Robertson
4 months ago
You can also get arrows if you change the font of your button to 'Wingdings 3".
Example screenshot below.
Kevin Robertson
4 months ago

Adam Schwanz
4 months ago
Oh true, I forgot about Wingdings haha.
Kevin Robertson
4 months ago
Can also use MS Word. Insert Symbol into Word Document the copy/paste into Access. Used to use this method for the Copywrite symbol before I learned about ASCII codes.
Amina Jones
4 months ago
ok thank you

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