Pb in dimensioning a date and time picker control

I'm using the MSCOMCT2.OCX date and time picker control in an outlook 2000 form. When I fix the dimensions of the control (using the mouse) and I run the form, my control has lost its dimensions and is very little (we cannot even see what is written in the control). I have to dimension it very hudge to see something and as soon as I click on an other tab in the window of form editing and that I come back to the tab on which is positionned my control, it has lost one more its dimension and it is once more very little...

What's this ? Help me please !
bechaaAsked:
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mohnshineConnect With a Mentor Commented:
I don't have that control loaded.

Look at the display tab on the properties window (right-click on control) and see if the Resize with Form Box is checked.  If it is checked, uncheck it and see if that helps.
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bechaaAuthor Commented:
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bechaaAuthor Commented:
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mohnshineCommented:
DO you have the control set to resize with form?
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bechaaAuthor Commented:
I have the file corresponding to that control, if you want it give me your e-mail address.
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bechaaAuthor Commented:
The control stays as it is in fact when I uncheck this option and run my form but if I move from "Reading Page" to "Editing Page" (I hope it's the right english name for the two buttons which are over the tabs) I always loose the size of my control.

Anyhow thanks a lot, because it helped me have the right size for my control, the only thing is that I have to resize it whenever I'm in the "Editing Page" mode (after coming from "Reading page" mode). If you have any answer about this mistery, feel free to answer.
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stinoCommented:
I'm having the same problem.  Have you found an answer as yet?
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