Form startup position

So I have a form and every time I run the program it starts out maximized on monitor A, but I want it on monitor B.  

Does anyone know what I could change to make this happen?
hrolsonsAsked:
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hrolsonsAuthor Commented:
That link is for VB.net and I'm on Visual Basic 6.
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dustockCommented:
Oh, sorry, missed that.  I did find this link for VB6 http://forums.codeguru.com/showthread.php?510299-Dual-Monitor

I might have an old VB6 app I can mess around with if you can't get it figured out after checking this out.
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hrolsonsAuthor Commented:
The first link on there looks close, but when I try it, I get an error that a form can't be moved while minimized or maximized.

It's not a big deal to move the form each time I open it, I just thought I'd ask in case someone knew how to do it.
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dustockCommented:
Why not open the form in the normal window state so that you can move it, then maximize it programaticlly once its been moved?
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hrolsonsAuthor Commented:
dustock, I love it!!!  I'll try.  Such a simple solution, and I bet it works.
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