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Screen Resolution problem in application

Dear Sir,

I have aaplication developed in 2003.It is working fine in 1024 by 768.
But when it comes on 1280 by 1024 . It dos not fit to full screen my controls remains only on half of the screen.
Sorry for my poor english.
plz Help.

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Re: Screen Resolution problem in application

Hi friend this problem consist still u can't set all controls manually . Means to say first get the resulation of the screen and then programataclly define the location and size for the controls

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MS Access and application

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There could be a lot of reasons ranging from a virus to simple maintenance to code that is not written correctly (you can be your own worst enemy). Here are a set of things you might wish to do to determine if the problem is with your design or elsewhere.

First.....using both Ccleaner and WiseRegistry cleaner (free downloads from a variety of places on the internet ...i.e cnet downloads). Run these. With Ccleaner just take it's advice and get rid of all. With Wise just get rid of the green checked boxes.

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This is what I would do before I hacked through all the code (if you have written a bunch). On the other hand if you have written just a few pages you might want to (when fresh in the morning) go through it again....stack - buffer - loop problems could be embedded.

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