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Access Split Forms - Resize form

Discussion in 'Business Applications' started by StuartM, Apr 9, 2010.

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  1. StuartM

    StuartM Thread Starter

    Oct 27, 2005

    I've gotta problem!! Whenever I open a form (inc. split form) in my 2007 Access DB, it resizes its self to fill the screen (not maximised just fills). If I turn the split form off the size display how I want it.

    I've tried altering the 'auto-resize', 'auto-center', and 'Fit to screen' properties to no avail. I've also tried just dragging the edges of the form and the form's window in 'design view'. Also, in layout view, the form and window look exactly as they should. Its just when I use the split form!!

    I've googled this and a number of people seem to share the problem but I cannot find how to fix this so I would be eternally grateful if you could help :)

    Cheers, Stu
  2. OBP


    Mar 8, 2005
    Stu, odd how different users like their Forms, I always maximise mine.
    You could try setting the Width Property of the Form in VBA to see if that does anything.
    You could also try setting it to Pop-up to see what efffect that has.
    I don't have Access 2007.
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