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Resize an ActiveX in VB

Posted on 2003-11-03
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Hello there,
I have an mfc programmed ActiveX running in a VB form. The location of ActiveX control is in Lower right corner.I want that whenever I resize the form, the ActiveX is also resized accordingly.
Does anybody have a soultion for it. ?
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Just do

Private Sub Form_Resize()

    On Error Resume Next
    StatusUC1.Height = Me.ScaleHeight
    StatusUC1.Width = Me.ScaleWidth
End Sub


where StatusUC1 is your ActiveX control
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