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Excel 2010 VBA form position

Posted on 2012-04-13
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Hi Experts

I have an excel spreadsheet with a user form, I cant position the form where I would prefer as I have a dual monitor and the application.left and application.top are positions based upon the 1st monitor posistion.

Ideally I want the form positioned on top of where the spreadhsheet is positioned.

Many thanks
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In the form properties, you can choose:

StartUpPosition = x

Where x can be 0 to 3

0 = Manual (you define where is should start with the Form.top and Form.Left function)
1 = Center owner (Center owner is the middle of your excelsheet)
2 = Center Screen (Center of the screen where the Excel sheet is opened)
3 = Window default (Coordinates 0,0)

If you like to open it relative to the excelsheet, use the following code:

UserForm1.StartUpPosition = 0
UserForm1.Left = Application.Left + 80
UserForm1.Top = Application.Top + 50
UserForm1.Show
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