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Posted on 1998-07-19
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Hello,
 
Is there any way to make a form Nonmoveable in VB4 ?

Many thenks.
   Amnon
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by:topol
ID: 1466197
You can set Border property to None in Form properties.
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by:Amnon
ID: 1466198
I need to present the form caption.
The form includes Menu, so i can't set the Border property to None and put a Label alike the form caption.

Any other suggestion ?
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chabaud earned 100 total points
ID: 1466199
You can force the window size in the Resize event:

Sub Form_Resize ()
      me.width = 500
      me.height = 300
End Sub
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