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load a form full screen / dead center

Posted on 2003-12-05
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how can i load my form to be
a) full screen and filling all the corners,(dead center)
by that i mean i dont have to move it up and left to fill

the screen, and no part is on the far right past the screen.

b) load my normal form, (size is smaller than the full

screen) dead center.

c) can i load it like this when i debug?
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Question by:jxharding
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by:R_Rajesh
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Hi jxharding,

Private Sub Form_Load()
'set the startup position to center screen in form properties
Me.Width = Screen.Width
Me.Height = Screen.Height
End Sub



Cheers!

Rajesh
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by:R_Rajesh
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also you might want to set the windowstate to maximized in form properties
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by:dbrckovi
ID: 9881381
If you use R_Rajesh's method, then add:

Me.Top = 1
Me.Left = 1

To place your form where it is supposed to be.
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by:dbrckovi
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Sorry R_Rajesh.

I wasn't paying attention to    >>   'set the startup position to center screen in form properties
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by:EDDYKT
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Option Explicit
Private Declare Function SystemParametersInfo Lib "user32" Alias "SystemParametersInfoA" (ByVal uAction As Long, ByVal uParam As Long, ByRef lpvParam As Any, ByVal fuWinIni As Long) As Long
Private Const SPI_GETWORKAREA = 48

Private Type RECT
   Left As Long
   Top As Long
   Right As Long
   Bottom As Long
End Type

Private rc As RECT

Private Sub Form_Load()
SystemParametersInfo SPI_GETWORKAREA, vbNull, rc, 0
Me.Move rc.Left * Screen.TwipsPerPixelX, rc.Top * _
           Screen.TwipsPerPixelY, rc.Right * _
           Screen.TwipsPerPixelX, rc.Bottom * _
           Screen.TwipsPerPixelY
End Sub
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learning_t0_pr0gram earned 125 total points
ID: 9884876
do you even need code for that? just change (in the properties for the form) WindowState to Maximized, BorderStyle to None, and Startup in the center of the screen
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