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Language: Visual Basic
Expertise: Beginner
Jul 29, 1997

Center Forms on Screen

A popular code snippet lets you center any form on the screen, regardless of the current screen resolution. You now can reach the same result by simply assigning the value vbStartUpScreen (=2) to the form's StartUpPosition new property. You can even center a form within its parent window by assigning the vbStartUpOwner (=1) value. You can set this property from the Property window. When a form is supposed to be centered within its parent window, remember to add a second argument to the Show method:
 
Form2.Show vbModal, Me
Francesco Balena
 
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