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Need to resize form and controls to screen resolution

Posted on 2004-09-27
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1) I would like to resize a form with it's controls properly according to the screen resolution.
How would this be done?

2) If I set the form's height to the screen's height, as well as the form's width to the screen's width, the form is too big because the taskbar is not taken into account.
How should I calculate that?

Thanks.
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You're welcomed ;)
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