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Split Form displays a white line

Posted on 2008-10-18
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I Created a split form,
"my first splitform ever", and there is a white line beween the form and datasheet,
how to get rid of it?
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CMDAI,

The "Line" you are referring to is a normal part of the any form; it is a placeholder for the scroll bar, if it is needed.
If you want to hide it, you can set the "Scroll Bars" property to "None", or "Vertical Only".
Of course, this means that you will lose the ability to scroll the form manually in the horizontal direction.

As far as I am concerned, it looks OK as is.
So I would not just change this setting for aesthetic reasons, thus loosing the ability to scroll manually.

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ahhh, that's what it is....
thanks
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;-)
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