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Default Is there a container control in VBA?

Can some one help me with this.
I am trying to move a group of text boxes and labels together on a form. Is there some container control that will allow me to do this. Trying drag a panel gives me an error msg. And i found notes on the Web it sometimes does that. Is there any other way i can move these controls together. I tried putting it on frame . but the frame shifts byitself without moving the control.
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hi there..

the frame is a good solution.. probably you put the frame and the controls not into the frame but into the form and then move the controls in front of the frame.. did i xplain it well??

anyway, put the frame and them put the controls inside the frame (not into the form and then into the frame)...

then the controls will be attached to the frame...


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