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Strange behavior: Form slowly moves down

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In my app I have a form that fits into the whole screen. The form is
maximized. When users work in other apps while the Access form is still
open. The Access form very slowly moves down. After a while the form has
dropped that far that the record buttons and number are no longer visible.
Strange thing is that the form still acts as if it was maximized. Has anyone
encounted this problem? Any solutions?
Thanks,
John
Feb 13 '08 #1
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John wrote:
In my app I have a form that fits into the whole screen. The form is
maximized. When users work in other apps while the Access form is
still open. The Access form very slowly moves down. After a while the
form has dropped that far that the record buttons and number are no
longer visible. Strange thing is that the form still acts as if it
was maximized. Has anyone encounted this problem? Any solutions?
You might try a DoCmd.Restore or DoCmd.Maximize or DoCmd.MoveSize in the
Activate event of the form. Or feed it a better diet so it doesn't
droop....

Feb 13 '08 #2

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Thanks for the tip.
John

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John wrote:
>In my app I have a form that fits into the whole screen. The form is
maximized. When users work in other apps while the Access form is
still open. The Access form very slowly moves down. After a while the
form has dropped that far that the record buttons and number are no
longer visible. Strange thing is that the form still acts as if it
was maximized. Has anyone encounted this problem? Any solutions?

You might try a DoCmd.Restore or DoCmd.Maximize or DoCmd.MoveSize in the
Activate event of the form. Or feed it a better diet so it doesn't
droop....

Feb 14 '08 #3

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