Marquee in access form

stafire_18

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is there a way to do <marquee> sentence </marquee> in an access form? i've tried typing it into a txt box & label & nothing.
 

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VicRauch

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The only way I know to do what you are showing would be to use the Timer event, and have the event change the Left value of the field. You would have to play with both the amount of change and the time value before the next change to get the movement you desire.

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