Development Screen Layout, Project Explorer (Ctrl-R)window is horizontal

Posted on 2006-06-07
Last Modified: 2010-04-07
I have been using VB6.0 for a while but just installed it on a new computer.  When I am in development mode on my other computer the Project Explorer (Ctrl-R) window always came up on the right hand side of the screen from the top of the screen through the bottom.  On the new computer my Project Explorer window is coming up on the top of the screen, filling the screen from right to left.  I can adjust the height but not he width.

I like the Project Explorer Window much better on the right of the screen.  How do I get it there?
Question by:mlcktmguy
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    I think you were using the SDI Development Environment. That is the part that lets you put different window in different place and any size.

    GO to tools > Option > Advanced and check that option. Exit out and go back in your project.

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