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Resize forms/window in MAS90

Resize forms/window in MAS90

Resize forms/window in MAS90

(OP)
I am running out of room in Sales Order entry Form to put my UDFs.

Does anyone know how to resize the main SO form/window?

I can resize just about anything except the main form.

I don't want to add another tab, because a field that I need to add needs to be below the customer PO field.  I have used up every inches on this form.

Any help is appreciated.

Thanks,

RE: Resize forms/window in MAS90

What version are you on?

RE: Resize forms/window in MAS90

(OP)
4.05

RE: Resize forms/window in MAS90

With the panel open in Customizer on the tool bar on the left go to Tools. First icon, upper left, Panel Header Definition. Then tab 2, Size and Position. Note original settings in case you need to revert back.

RE: Resize forms/window in MAS90

Please note that the new Sage Community is a way better source for all things MAS.

RE: Resize forms/window in MAS90

(OP)
That's was it! I knew it was something easy that I outlooked.

Thanks so much.  I've used CO for a year and a half never had to use this and didn't realize it.

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