How to Change a Form Caption/Name When MS Access form is opened the caption or title of form will be the same as a form name that shows in the Navigation pane. Sometime many developers name their Access forms like “frmMain, frm_User, or CustomerEdit.” For an example below, I name my main form as “Main Form.” When this main form is loaded the caption or title of this form will display ... TITLEBAR is a command in Liberty BASIC to change the titlebar of the main window. Note that TITLEBAR works only for main window. It is doesn't change the title of any other window type, like Window, Graphics, or Dialog. To change the title of the form, therefore, select the Text value in the Properties panel and change it to a new value (for example, 'My Form Example'): Changing the Form Background Color <google>ADSDAQBOX_FLOW</google> The background of any form may be changed either by specifying a new color, or by using a background image. Instructions: Click the link below to download the code. Select 'Save' from the IE popup dialog. Once downloaded, open the .zip file from your local drive using WinZip or a comparable program to view the contents. Download title_bar.zip.