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I know this might be an easy ques, I just don't have time to look through all the past ques asked but, how can I make my forms be unsizable. I do not wish the user to have the ability to resize any of my forms. I can't find the property and would just like to know how this is possible. It has been bothering my for awhile
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If you have VB 5, simply select your form and in the properties window set the BorderStyle to 1-Fixed Single and that should do it.

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