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I have added a form to an existing Access 2007 frontend.  When I click on the button that opens the form nothing is displayed.  And more importantly when I am in the developer and I click Open on the form nothing happens.  I have compared the properties of my new form and an existing one that works.  I can't find a difference in any property that would explain the non-display.

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Could it somehow be off your screen? In other words, maybe it is opening but off your visible workspace. Make your AutoCenter property "Yes" and then show the form.

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In addition to AutoCenter Yes I also had to set Auto Resize Yes.  Then it displayed in the Access screen space.  The existing form I used as a model opens on the windows  main display screen.  I run 4 monitors.
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Ended up using the original form and a switch to control logic.
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