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MS Access popup forms

I have a series of forms popping up on a maximised switchboard.
Without warning when opened they minimise in the center of the screen showing just a close button.The form properties are set as follows:
Popup:Yes
Border Style:Dialog
Autocenter:No
Autoresize:No
Modal:No
This has never happend in earlier versions of Access and I wonder if there is a form setting I am not aware of - any help much appreciated

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  • saracen46 Feb 03, 2008

    Thank you for your help.Have tried all those ideas,but found I eventually seemed to stabilise the forms by fully converting the database to v 07.Why this should make a difference I have no idea!

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I had the same problem
makes me crazy
change property to Popup = no and open it
then go back to design and set it to popup

seems to work, why, I don't know
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Most forms open by default to the last size they were. If you can resize one of them by dragging the border, see if it still opens minimized. Or open the form itself, rather than invoking it from the switchboard, and try resizing there.

Posted on Feb 01, 2008

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