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Use CSS to change look and feel of the UI

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Hi Guys,

I got a query from a customer to change look and feel of a few controls on the Accounts form. Eg. the font colour of the account name etc. I am not sure how this can be accomplished in Dynamics 365. Any hint or advise where I can find precise information quickly?



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    Symira 25 on at
    RE: Use CSS to change look and feel of the UI

    Hi Nya,

    Thanks, yes I am aware of the rich text editor control for multiline text. What I am keen to do is a bit more than that. I would like to use CSS to change the look and feel of multiple fields on a form.

    Thanks any ways.


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    Nya 29,043 on at
    RE: Use CSS to change look and feel of the UI

    Hi Symira,

    The UI of the form can indeed be changed but only for the fields whose data type is Multiple Lines of Text. For example, Description.


    Here is the tutorial:

    Use the rich text editor control in Power Apps - Power Apps | Microsoft Docs

    The Account Name, unfortunately, is a Single Line of Text field, which cannot be controlled by it.


    If this helped you, I'd appreciate it if you'd mark this as a Verified Answer, which may in turn help others as well.

    Best Regards,


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