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Disallow control changes a design time

Posted on 1998-09-21
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Recently I was looking a someone's else project, and I
 notice that I could not change the the controls properties
 such as size, location, etc. even though I was in the
 design mode, how can this be done ?
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Question by:cami
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In VB5, there is an option on the <F>ormat menu to Lock Controls.

This is most likely what happened.
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In VB5, there is an option on the <F>ormat menu to Lock Controls.

This is most likely what happened.
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Thanks, I really appreciate your help.
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