Access 2013 Form with Tabs - How do I always keep the tabs at the top of the screen?

I have a form with 4 tabs at the top of the screen, which works great. As soon as I make an edit on the form in any given field, the form shifts down, and the tabs become hidden until you scroll back up. It's a pain.

How can I stop this from  occurring?
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Andy CownieImplementation SpecialistCommented:
Without seeing this, it's hard to suggest anything. If possible can you attach a screenshot showing the tabs you are talking about?
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IrogSintaCommented:
Shorten the height of the form in the Design view.  If necessary, move any controls at the bottom up a bit.  If the tab control itself is too tall, shorten it.  It may be necessary to move controls up in the individual tab pages if you are unable to shorten the tab control's height.

Ron
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hnasrCommented:
Check this previous question:
Form opens with active control at top.

http://www.experts-exchange.com/Database/MS_Access/Q_28539586.html
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