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Old September 8th, 2006, 09:29 AM
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I am driven mad.I have a main form and a sub form I am using the code DoCmd.MoveSize , , , 7000 to size the form as when I use the Docmd.Max it distorts the sub form into the main form.
The problem I have is that the Main Form does not fill the full screen until I max the screen myself .
Is there any way around this
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Hi Brendan,

Are you just trying to maximize the form when you go to it. If so, I may have a solution that I use on my forms that works fine with subforms.

Let me know, and I'll find and post it.

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Yes I am trying to maximize it to fill the complete window.


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