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Maximize form on open

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Okay What property of a form do I need to change so that it opens full
screen? I'm calling it to open from VBA.

I built a form today, and while I was playing with it (to test some of
the property switches), I changed a property so that when it opens its
about a half inch square and I have to drag the corner to maximize it.
I don't recall what I did to effect that change.

The VBA code has nothing to do with the way it opens, becaus when I
open it manually I get the same behavior.

Thanks
Jerry
Jan 11 '06 #1
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In Form_Open:
DoCmd.Maximize

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Okay What property of a form do I need to change so that it opens full
screen? I'm calling it to open from VBA.

I built a form today, and while I was playing with it (to test some of
the property switches), I changed a property so that when it opens its
about a half inch square and I have to drag the corner to maximize it.
I don't recall what I did to effect that change.

The VBA code has nothing to do with the way it opens, becaus when I
open it manually I get the same behavior.

Thanks
Jerry

Jan 11 '06 #2

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Thanks Allen
It works !
Jerry
In Form_Open:
DoCmd.Maximize

Jan 11 '06 #3

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