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Hello Experts. I don't know if this is the right question to ask, but it's the only way I can think to resize a form, that contains a browser, to the Height & Width of that browser upon loading. You see, there's this additional width of about 3/4 inch that I can't seem to get rid of on the right hand side of the browser. Real pain in the neck. So, if any of you Experts out there know how I can do this in VBA, please tell me.
Many kind thanks in advance,
John
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by:John Account
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Ooops...Typo. Title of the Question was meant to read: Resize Form to Browser in VBA.
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by:shanesuebsahakarn
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Do you mean you can't get rid of the 3/4 in design view or when in form view?
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in form view.
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Set the form's Autoresize property to "No". Now open the form in form view and size the form how you need it to be. Press CTRL+S (or click File->Save) to save it. Once you reopen the form, it *should* have kept the same size as when you saved it.
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You're the best, shanesuebsahakarn. Thanks!
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