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How to maximize a form with VBA

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I'm using the startup feature of MS Access to open a form when i open a
database.

The problem i have is that i can't find a method to open the form fully
maximized.

Has anyone a solution

Thnx in advance

Peter
Nov 12 '05 #1
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Put
DoCmd.Maximize

in the form open event

Terry

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I'm using the startup feature of MS Access to open a form when i open a
database.

The problem i have is that i can't find a method to open the form fully
maximized.

Has anyone a solution

Thnx in advance

Peter

Nov 12 '05 #2

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In the On Activate event procedure for the form just put:

DoCmd.Maximize

Regards

Peter Russell

Peter previously wrote:
I'm using the startup feature of MS Access to open a form when i open a
database.

The problem i have is that i can't find a method to open the form fully
maximized.

Has anyone a solution

Thnx in advance

Peter


Nov 12 '05 #3

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