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Old 17-06-2005, 14:40
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Default Dialog placement

Is there a way to have my forms popup at specific x,y point on the screen rather than dead center. I have a macro thatcycle thruogh every page in a document and presents a form on every page. I'm not even really concerned about the exact x,y position, but rather a top left or top right type of situation.
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Old 17-06-2005, 16:23
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Default dialog placement

I would do this way:
declare function findwindow lib "user32" - to find your window handle (by "me.caption" for example)

declare function setwindowpos lib "user32" - to set window position
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Old 17-06-2005, 16:26
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See the following methods of the form: StartUpPosition, Left, Top.

You need to ensure that StartUpPosition is set to "0", which gives you the ability to specify form's location. Then use Left and Top properties to specify the actual location on the screen. Here is an example on how to do this programmatically:

Code:
Public Sub NewPageNums()
    Load frmNumberPage
    frmNumberPage.StartUpPosition = 0 ' Specify position manually
    frmNumberPage.Left = 0
    frmNumberPage.Top = 0
    frmNumberPage.Show vbModal
End Sub
Obviously, you can set these values in the Properties window in Form designer while creating your form in VBA. This way you won't need to create the above code and just calling UserForm.Show will show the form at the right location...
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