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I have programmed with vb4 before.  Now I try to use vb5.
When I used vb4, i can design the form on the screen and see the full-size of the form when the form is maximized.
However, I found that in vb5, there will be a window surrounding every forms.  Even I maximize the form or the surrounding window of the form, I still can't see the full view of the form.  So what should I do in order to see the forms clearly?
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trillian30 earned 50 total points
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Go to Tools, Options
click on Advanced tab,
turn on "SDI Devopment Environment"

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by:chuyan
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yes, great!
tks alot!!!
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