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Minimum size for forms

Posted on 2003-11-03
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Hello

Can anyone show me how to prevent a form from being resized below width x and height y. However I want exactly the same behaviour as you can see in Windows Paint or Winzip. NB I will also be changing the dimensions/positions of the inner controls on resize.

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Thanks AlexFM, that's what I wanted. 8¬)
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