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See Going to Another Page for how to move from page to page when editing a form.
To edit the properties of the current page, press <PF4>P from the Form Editor's Main Screen. The form for editing page properties looks like this:
If you want the page to be a "pop-up" page (window), enter YES at the "IS THIS A POP UP PAGE?" prompt, and enter a value for "LOWER RIGHT COORDINATE".
As described above, you can press <PF4>P to invoke a ScreenMan form to edit the properties of the current page. You can also change the coordinate of a "pop-up" page directly from the Form Editor's Main Screen, by selecting and dragging the border of the "pop-up" page.
The following is an example of the Main Screen of the Form Editor where the current page is a "pop-up" page.
To move the entire "pop-up" page around on the Main Screen, position the cursor anywhere on the top boundary of the "pop-up" page and press <SpaceBar> or to select it. You can then use the navigational keys described in the section Moving Screen Elements to drag the entire "pop-up" page to a new location. Press <SpaceBar> or again to lock the page in its new position.
To resize the "pop-up" page - that is, to change the lower right coordinate of the page - position the cursor over the lower right corner of the page boundary and press <SpaceBar> or to select it. You can then use the navigational keys to move the corner to a new location. Press <SpaceBar> or again when the page is the correct size.
Reviewed/Updated: March 10, 2007