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How to open max????

How to open max????

How to open max????

(OP)
Hello Everybody, I need to open a Form in Max View, but I have no Idea how to do it..

Can Somebody help me???


Thanks a lot

Yuri

RE: How to open max????

go to the form properties, then event tab, on open. chose macro builder, in the macro design enter maximize as the action. then everytime the form is opened it will be maximized.

RE: How to open max????

Open the form in design view
Select Properties
Select Events
Create an On Load event
Type the following:
  DoCmd.Maximize
Close the window
Save changes to the form

RE: How to open max????

that's what i was originally thinking but i couldn't remember DoCmd.Maximize.

RE: How to open max????

(OP)
Thanks everybody, Its Worked Perfect!!!

Yuri

RE: How to open max????

(OP)
Thanks everybody, It Worked Perfect!!!

Yuri

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