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Rescales MS Access 97 forms to fit screen res ShrinkerStretcher for MS Access 97 97.91 ShrinkerStretcher is an MS Access module that will dynamically (or statically) rescale your MS Access forms, fonts, and controls to fit any screen resolution, desktop scheme, font setting, or form window size. Using ShrinkerStretcher means you can develop applications without concern for your end user's display settings! Scale your 800x600 application up to 1024x768, down to 640x480, or to any other resolution.




Rescales Access 2002 forms to fit screen res ShrinkerStretcher for MS Access 2002 2000.92 ShrinkerStretcher is an MS Access module that will dynamically (or statically) rescale your MS Access forms, fonts, and controls to fit any screen resolution, desktop scheme, font setting, or form window size. Using ShrinkerStretcher means you can develop applications without concern for your end user's display settings! Scale your 800x600 application up to 1024x768, down to 640x480, or to any other resolution.




Rescales Access 2000 forms to fit screen res ShrinkerStretcher for MS Access 2000 2000.92 ShrinkerStretcher is an MS Access module that will dynamically (or statically) rescale your MS Access forms, fonts, and controls to fit any screen resolution, desktop scheme, font setting, or form window size. Using ShrinkerStretcher means you can develop applications without concern for your end user's display settings! Scale your 800x600 application up to 1024x768, down to 640x480, or to any other resolution.

Installation could be better I'm not an experienced Access developer and rarely write my own VB code. For people like me, it would have been nice to have an ini file (or something like that) to copy or an applet that helps you with the final configuration steps. Other than that, instructions were clear and the program works well. After reading the known issues section, I decided not to use it since I figured Access was buggy enough and I didn't want to deal with any future possible problems with end users working on a variety of OS's and versions of MS Office.



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