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microsoft access 2013: labels on the form header are not against fields on the form details section

Posted on 2014-08-02
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i have Recently  a very annoying problem,i'm not able to set the labels fields on the header section to be  against the fields on the details section on the form view , even when on the  design mode they  are against, i upload a picture of the design mode and the form view  and also the database.
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by:IrogSinta
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I think your form is corrupted.  I tried creating a new form in your database and it comes out fine.  Try doing that.

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But it's not the first form that I have this issue, it's always happen when the form is on full screen and not moveable
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i find the solution i have to change on the labels fields  Anchor to top left. anyway thanks alot IrogSinta for your trying to help.
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because i find the solution
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