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Resize SubForm and Main Form

Posted on 2008-06-21
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I have a form with 10 little subforms which are 9cm wide and 0.6cm high.  They are placed on the form one after each other like the rows of a column.  When the user clicks on a field in a subform (called SubHeader), I'd like the subform to resize to 4cm high and for all the others to move down to make room.
Is this possible?
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Question by:Ludique
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in the on enter for the subform put

Me.Subformname.Height = 4000   'or whatever you want
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You will probably need something in the on exit also
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by:monbois
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To move the other subforms down you need to change their TOP property.
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