Create responsive / dynamic forms that adjust to screen resolutions.
This video shows the possibility of having "responsive" forms, Unfortunatly it does not work on my machine and gives error 2100.
I think in 2020 with every website being responsive, Access should have this build-in.
Pat Hartman commented
Anchor does not solve this problem. There are two issues to address.
1. Resizing when the user changes the size of a form or window. If he resizes the form, the objects should all resize. However, resizing the window shouldn't change anything. When I use Access in less than full screen, it is generally because I want to see parts of two applications and automatically resizing the Access window to be "full" but smaller would defeat this.
2. Different resolutions. This could be accommodated by storing the resolution of the screen on the PC where the app was created. Then when the app is opened on a different system or different monitor on the same system, the forms could adjust. But, to give us some flexibility, I would make this an updateable property in case we change development platforms.
ennegi tech commented
It should be integrated and based on asp.net
I'm not sure Anchoring does everything a full blown resizing function would (or should) do.
For example ... Peters Shrinker Stretcher does it all ... and I've used it several times. AMAZING. Forms, subforms, subforms with subforms ... all controls ... everything.
Download the free, 100% functional demo and check it out, as well his other tools.
Steve Bishop commented
Anchoring does this already.
Alan Cossey commented
As in over and above the use of the Anchor property?