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Microsoft® Office Access™ 2007 Plain & Simple by Curtis D. Frye

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Tiling a Picture

When you add an image to a form or report, you usually want the image to appear in one place. Some images are meant to be repeated, however. For example, you could create a small, square graphic with a repeating pattern, or texture, that you’d like to appear as the background for your form or report. When you repeat an image, you use instances of the image like tiles in a mosaic—the images are placed side by side and cover the entire inside of your image control.

Repeat a Picture on a Form or Report

  1. Open the form that contains the image in Design view.

  2. Click the image you want to change.

  3. If necessary, click the Design tab.

  4. Click ...

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