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make subform entire width of form

hey guys, no matter what i do i just can't get the subform to fill the entire width of the form. is there something i'm not doing correctly?

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8/22/2022 - Mon
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developingprogrammer

YOU ARE A GENIUS etech0!!!! = )))))

 it works like magic!!!!! haha = )))) thanks so much etech0!!!! = )))
etech0

Glad to be of help! Don't forget to play around with the anchoring options in your forms and subforms. You can do really cool stuff with it!
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developingprogrammer

Yup yup definitely!! I've been reading up about this and I think it's one of the most exciting things about Access 2007. Hrmm I'm not sure how it behaves if I set it in Access 2007 and a user uses it in Access 2003 ha = ) guess I gotta test it out but thanks for starting me off etech0!! = ))
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developingprogrammer

superb answer by etech0! = )