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Centering a from horixontally ONLY

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Hi, is there a way of centring a form on the screen horixontally only. So setting Position to poScreenCenter won't work as I want to keep my vertical setting.

Thanks, Tom.
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YourForm.Left := (Screen.Width div 2)-(YourForm.Widht div 2);

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Viktor Ivanov
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In case you need for vertical centering...it's the same.....

YourForm.Top := (Screen.Height div 2)-(YourForm.Height div 2);

Regards,
Viktor Ivanov
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Duh :-) Thanks a lot :-) Tom.
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