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Hi,

I have a form view with many controls. When i resize my form view i.e change the size by moving it, my controls on form view also should get adjusted in size accordingly. Can anyone please help me to achive this?

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Madhavi
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Unfortunately, there is no automated way of doing this.  The only solution is to move each control in the OnSize handler.

Fortunately there are libraries that will do this for you.  I have successfully used http://www.codeproject.com/docview/resizableformview.asp in a project, but it is a bit flakey.  The commercial libraries are supposed to be better.

Hope this helps.
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