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CyberCow
post Dec 29 2008, 05:12 PM
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Similar to the MiniCalendar in its method of pasting a selected value into a calling form's control, this color picker behaves like-wise. There are a couple of bells and whistles with this as it uses sliders along with the standard RGB entry fields. (Thanks to datAdrenaline)
It allows the user to select which color code to send to the calling control: HTML (Hex) or VBA numerical.
When the demo is launched, three controls appear on the form; one blank, one with a default VBA value and one with an HTML (Hex) default value. When the Hex(HTML) is selected, it also sends the VBA numerical over to the calling control's "Tag" property for further auto-processing (as in setting the backcolor of a control) after the color picker has closed.
Not as fancy as Colors 97 or the Color Combination Viewer (and it could prolly be made a bit more compact), but this may well prove useful as it did for our shop where we needed to color code certain groups of products for our ASP reporting.
The code is all self-contained in the one form: frmSelColor. The other form is for demo purposes only. Upscaled conversion has been fully tested and the zip file now contains Access versions 97, 2K, 2007 & 2010.
Attached File  scrshtcolorpicker97.gif ( 13.74K )Number of downloads: 59

Attached File  ColorsPicker.zip ( 193.69K )Number of downloads: 595

May you find it useful.
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CyberCow
post Mar 23 2012, 02:00 PM
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The above post has had it's zip file updated on 2012-3-23 by Cybercow - adding Access versions 2K, 2007 & 2010 to the zip so no conversions are needed, just select the one you want.
njoy!
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