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Hi, I have 70 fields which I want to display in a form:

My problem is I cant put the 70 fields in the form....I need to display a scroll bar at design time and I don't know how to doit :(

Can anyone help me please?
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Set the width or height property of the form in the object inspector to (say) 2000 pixels. Delphi will automatically supply a scroll bar to allow to see all of the form!

Cheers,

Raymond.
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by:jconde
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Hi rwilson, the solution you gave me doesn't work in delphi 4.  I put a scroll box with a 200 0 height and worked fine :)

thanks,

Jorge
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