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DotNetBar changing color without ribbon control?

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I can change the color with ribbon control to like silver and vistaglass and stuff but not with a regular form. Please help thanks in advance.
 
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No, you must use dotnetbar. I'm not really understanding what your asking, so correct me if I'm wrong.
 
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SSM said:
No, you must use dotnetbar. I'm not really understanding what your asking, so correct me if I'm wrong.

I know that I need to use dotnetbar to change it to those colors but I just want to do it with a OfficeForm not RibbonForm. I can get it to turn blue but I can't get it to do any other color without using the RibbonForm. So I want to know how to do it in a OfficeForm.
 
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Have you tried changing the color of the RibbonForm then deleting it and seeing if the color stays?
 
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That worked and it led me to finding my solution. So here is a thanks.
 
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Glad I could help.
 
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lazyazzz12 said:
That worked and it led me to finding my solution. So here is a thanks.

I don't think that does work. Close out of your project then open it back up then rebuild.
 
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on load : Me.Office2007Colortable = Rendering.eOffice2007ColorScheme.Black or Blue or Silver or Vista Glass.
Say thanks :smile:
 
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on load : Me.Office2007Colortable = Rendering.eOffice2007ColorScheme.Black or Blue or Silver or Vista Glass.
Say thanks :smile:

that helps me thanks. that doesn't work. it says Rendering is not declared
 
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