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    Making Controls Autoadjust to Screen Resolution (2000)

    We designed an Access project with forms. The person who devised the forms worked with a 1024x768 screen resolution. Most intended users of the project work with a 800x600 screen resolution, which "enlarges" oncreen objects, and with this resolution some controls do not fit in the forms they belong to. Neither do some forms.
    What we would like is have forms autoadjust to the screen resolution, possibly by making controls autoshrink proportionally, or whatever other behavior may be. I don't know if this is possible. Anyone been here before?
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    Re: Making Controls Autoadjust to Screen Resolution (2000)

    Thanks, Hans. We'll have a look there.
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