troubleshooting Question

Form layouts in 2005

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Hi Experts,

I have a query regarding migrating to from vb6. I’m just starting to get to grips with but it doesn’t seem to be as straight forward as vb6 was. Before I could layout multiple frames on one form then line them up in code and resize the form as shown in the link below: -

Not too sure if that was good or not really. I don’t seem to be able to do his in as it won’t allow me to increase the form size past 1292, 1036 to fit them all on. Frames also seem to want to place them selves into others only by me hovering over others. I have heard from a friend to build the form in code but to me it would sound hard to debug. Not that I don’t like a challenge!!!!  I would just like to hear what your opinions are on this issue please. Even though this maybe more of a discussion I will still reward points.

Many Thanks

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