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Little question about forms - Microsoft Access

I'm making a database at home. I take care of my forms, to fit them on the screen i.e. when the form is maximised, the information on it (lists, subforms, buttons etc) fills up the form. On my work, the users have a bigger resolution on their sreens. Because of that, there is an empty place on the form. Is there a way to make automatically that the form is always filled complete? Thanks Johan...

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    Default Little question about forms

    I'm making a database at home. I take care of my forms, to fit them on the
    screen i.e. when the form is maximised, the information on it (lists,
    subforms, buttons etc) fills up the form.
    On my work, the users have a bigger resolution on their sreens. Because of
    that, there is an empty place on the form.
    Is there a way to make automatically that the form is always filled
    complete?


    Thanks
    Johan


    Johan Guest

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    Default Re: Little question about forms

    the same as you would do it from within VB, create all the controls and set
    their size and position dependant on the form's size
    for example for control1:

    control1.width = ((form.width / number of controls) -300)
    and
    control1.top = ((abovecontrol.top + control1.height) + 250)
    and control1.left = ((form.left + mostleftcontrol +
    allinbetweencontrols.width) + 200

    this way you could make a form completely dynamic resizable but offcourse
    this is a lot of work (cq typing in code)

    bon chance
    "Johan" <johan.tallieupandora.be> wrote in message
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    > I'm making a database at home. I take care of my forms, to fit them on the
    > screen i.e. when the form is maximised, the information on it (lists,
    > subforms, buttons etc) fills up the form.
    > On my work, the users have a bigger resolution on their sreens. Because of
    > that, there is an empty place on the form.
    > Is there a way to make automatically that the form is always filled
    > complete?
    >
    >
    > Thanks
    > Johan
    >
    >

    chriske911 Guest

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