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Frame appears different when resolution is different.

Posted on 2006-06-19
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I created a database on my PC and placed the outline in a way that it looks good.

Last week I opened it on my colleagues notebook and I was disappointed that it doesn't looks as good as I wanted.
The outline is smaller and covers only the 3/5 part from the left hand side.
My PC's screen resolution is 1024x768
My colleagues screen resolution is 1400x1050

What should I change so that the outline covers the whole left side with both resolutions?

I place the outline on a Form. On the Form there's a table and this table holds the outline.
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Question by:attila01
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by:madheeswar
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Make the Table as Fit to Window and test.
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Sjef Bosman earned 65 total points
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Set the lefthand frame of your frameset to fixed width, and not a per centage.

Why did you put the outline on a Form? Why not on a Page?? And why the table??
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by:attila01
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I  set the Frame width from percent to pixels and it loks OK now.

I created a database and wanted to try how it looks like with the outline on a Form.
I created a table and inserted a picture into the table.
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by:Sjef Bosman
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Ah, I understand. Experiments... very good! :)
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