I have not yet figured out a situation where VB Screen.TwipsPerPixelX would
differ from Screen.TwipsPerPixelY with a regular monitor.
As Screen.Width / Screen.TwipsPerPixelX returns monitor pixels in X
and Screen.Height / Screen.TwipsPerPixelY in Y direction is it that
Screen.TwipsPerPixelX and Screen.TwipsPerPixelY are different
only for special monitors with something else than a "round" or symmetrical
pixel shape, perhaps a laptop or have I misunderstood something?