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Spacing between controls

Posted on 2016-11-25
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Hello,
How can add spacing between my controls on form.

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Question by:RIAS
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ctrl.Top = ctrl.Top + 10
will move the control 10 units lower on the form.  (Use .Left to move horizontally)
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by:RIAS
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Thanks Andy is there any way in the property window. i am using 2014 visual studio desktop
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Scott McDaniel (Microsoft Access MVP - EE MVE ) earned 250 total points
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Also, the Format menuitem has Horizontal and Vertical spacing commands, including "Increase", "Decrease", etc. Those can help to prettify your control alignment and spacing.
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Cheers!
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