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I have a vba excel userform. I know how to appear minimize

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I have a vba excel userform. I know how to appear minimize and maximmize buttons in the blue header line.
The problem is that i would like the userform to react as workbook, when minimize / maximize buttons used.
For example, if Excel workbook is open, and we push maximized button to restore it and close the Excel, when open it
again, the Excel will open as restored. If now, we push the maximize button and maximize it, when close it
and open again, will open as maximized. In other words the excel workbook, will open at the previous state,
either with maximize button pressed, so will open as maximized, or restored if maximize button was not pressed.
The second part of the question is that, my userform has labels, textboxes, command buttons and frames.
When i push maximize button and userform maximized, or when i change the screen resolution, the objects do not
reposition/resize/adjust. I would like the objects to reposition/resize/adjust, depending on the userform state (maximized or restored), or screen resolution.

Thanks In Advance
Submitted: 4 years ago.
Category: Microsoft Office
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