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Aug 11, 2000

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Move a Form by Clicking Anywhere on It

The following code allows you to move a form by clicking anywhere on the form and dragging it:
 Option Explicit
'define module level variables to store the 
last position of the form, the TOP and LEFT. Dim mlngInitialLeft As Long Dim mlngInitialTop As Long Private Sub Form_MouseDown(Button As Integer,
Shift As Integer, X As Single, Y As Single) 'If left button clicked on the form, store
the current 'form position into the module variables If Button = vbLeftButton Then mlngInitialLeft = X mlngInitialTop = Y End If End Sub Private Sub Form_MouseMove(Button As Integer,
Shift As Integer, X As Single, Y As Single) 'If mouse moved with LEFT button Down, 'move the form accordingly If Button = vbLeftButton Then Me.Left = Me.Left + (X - mlngInitialLeft) Me.Top = Me.Top + (Y - mlngInitialTop) End If End Sub
Jatin Shah
 
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