>The problem has to do with the different screen resolutions, and possible
>display font sizes on your two computers. You can either match up those
>settings to get consistent results or there are third-party form scaling
>solutions available that might help:
>A shareware version of a form rescaling module I wrote called
>ShrinkerStretcher is available at this web site:
>FMS has a sizer module at [url]www.fmsinc.com[/url].
>The Access Developer's Handbook has form resizing code included:
>For more informmation, there are some great articles about form scaling in
>the December 2000, and May 2001 SmartAccess newsletter. Check it out here:
>Hope this helps,
>Peter De Baets
>Peter's Software - MS Access Tools for Developers
>"boomer" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
>> Question on formatting.
>> I have two systems running my access database. On one screen I have
>> managed to fit the form onto the screen without having to scroll up
>> down or across, yet on the second system there is a large variance in
>> the size and I have alot of scrolling to do.
>> Does anyone know a trickto fit a form to a single page either on the
>> design view or the form view. I have managed to shrink the form on one
>> database, but on my original screen it is now too small. I am sure its
>> something basic, but I am at a loss to do it.
>> The microsoft help is as useful as always, so I'm polling true users
>> for this tip. Thanks in advance for your help!