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Old 03-09-2019, 09:04 PM
matapagi2019 matapagi2019 is offline Windows XP Office 2007
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Default How to make userform and active document stand side by side

Hi, erveryone..


I am creating a project with MS Word VBA consisting of an active document and a userform.
I want the ducument and userform to stand aside from each other.
The problem is, If I set the modal userform property = true, then the document cannot be edited.
And if the modal property = false, then the document when zoomed in can be covered under userform. I want both to be visible and active.
I want both of them to be restricted to each area such as two splitted windows in common cases.

Is there any VBA code to make it ?!

For all your assistance is greatly appreciated.
Thanks.
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Old 03-12-2019, 06:09 PM
jjfreedman jjfreedman is offline Windows 10 Office 2016
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Default How to make userform and active document stand side by side

Your code can set the .Top, .Left, .Width, and .Height properties of both the Word window and the userform to the desired values. (You'll want to get the screen size from System.HorizontalResolution and System.VerticalResolution and use the PixelsToPoints function to convert them to points for use in the window and userform values.)


What you cannot do is prevent the user from dragging the sides of the Word window. However, zooming won't change the window size, it just changes the sizes of the objects inside the window.
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