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By Richard Rost   Richard Rost on LinkedIn Email Richard Rost   8 months ago

Move & Resize Forms with MoveSize in Access VBA


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In this Microsoft Access tutorial, you will learn how to use the MoveSize command in VBA to program and control the coordinates of forms when opening them. You will explore properties like Left, Top, Width, and Height to read and set the desired location and size of forms. This tutorial is aimed at those with prior VBA knowledge who need to maintain consistent form placement in their Access projects.

Natalie from Carmel, Indiana (a Platinum Member) asks: How can I ensure that my Microsoft Access forms open in the exact location I want them to, even after making design changes? It seems like no matter what I do, Access opens the forms wherever it wants to. Is there a way to use VB code to program the form's coordinates so that it always opens in the specified location?

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Members will learn how to create user-defined functions for dynamic form positioning. Whenever you save a form, the position is saved. Open it up, the position is loaded. We'll use a system settings table to keep positions for all forms in the database.

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