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Controls in a VB form disappear  When the form is resized

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Controls in a VB form disappear  When the form is resized
I have to cover the form with another window and remove it
To  see all the control on the form.  I don’t care how long it
Takes to refresh the form but I want all text boxes and
Other controls to be visible after I resize the from.

Thanks

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Question by:yassin092898
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by:yassin092898
ID: 1440379
I am using vsElasticLight from videosoft to resize my form.

Yassin
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by:pbirkbeck
ID: 1440380
try either a me.refresh or a vsElasticLight1.refresh in your resize method, this should work
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by:pbirkbeck
ID: 1440381
that would be resize event...
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by:yassin092898
ID: 1440382
This is my resize function
vsElasticLight1  has no refresh method
It didn't work

Private Sub Form_Resize()
  Me.Refresh
  'vsElasticLight1.refresh
End Sub

More infroamtion about my form.

I have a tab on the form and then 3 frames each on top of the other and then the text boxes.

Thanks
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by:yassin092898
ID: 1440383
Your last answer didn't work for me and I added more comment
to explain my problem further. Please let me know if you have
any other suggestions.

Thanks

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by:yassin092898
ID: 1440384
I waited a week for you to try the question again after I added a new comment to explain it further. I must now reopen it for the other experts to try. I thank you for your original proposal
but please try if you can get back to me within the next two days for a new proposal or a permition to reopen it.
Thanks
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Lantams56789 earned 60 total points
ID: 1440385
ok try to make your controls visible when you resize your form:

 Private Sub Form_Resize()
    Text1.visible  = True
    Text2.visible = True
    'and so on  

 End Sub
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