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Access VBA Forms

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I wrote sevreal forms using 2 monitors during development. When I installed for the user (who has only 1 monitor) some forms try to go to the alternative monitor. Please tell me what I did wrong?
Oct 14 '07 #1
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Scott Price
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Well... to start with, did you develop the forms on the left or the right monitor?

You need to make sure that your left monitor is the primary. Usually people use the second for the vba editor window. IF you developed the other way-round, you might have some problems. Especially since some form positioning commands make Access crash if you feed them negative numbers in an attempt to correct this problem.

Regards,
Scott
Oct 14 '07 #2

Scott Price
Expert 100+
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P: 2
Well... to start with, did you develop the forms on the left or the right monitor?

You need to make sure that your left monitor is the primary. Usually people use the second for the vba editor window. IF you developed the other way-round, you might have some problems. Especially since some form positioning commands make Access crash if you feed them negative numbers in an attempt to correct this problem.

Regards,
Scott
Thanks Sir. This was my first attempt so I jumped from monitor to monitor. I will ensure I only use one now.
Oct 14 '07 #4

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