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Size of the form in form design window

Size of the form in form design window

Size of the form in form design window

(OP)
Im using Visual Foxpro 5
Is there a way where i can extend the size of the form more than its 640x480 size wherein i can see the whole form
in the design window?

RE: Size of the form in form design window

On the main menu, goto Tools->Options->Forms.

Set the max. design area to whatever is desired.

You are still going to have to scroll to see the entire form, or up your screen resolution to accomodate for the form size.

Jon Hawkins
jonscott8@yahoo.com

Carpe Diem! - Seize the Day!

RE: Size of the form in form design window

If you have the form open in the Form Designer window while making Jon's suggested change, you'll have to close the form and reopen it to see the enlarged work area.

Robert Bradley

FoxDev - Visual FoxPro Development

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