Buttons missing from WinForm dialog boxes when using XP

Thanks in advance for your help with this.  My team has developed a WinForm .NET application (all in VB.NET using VS.NET 2003) with Windows 2000 Professional on our workstations.  Some of our team have upgraded to Windows XP Professional, and have noticed that some of our OK/Cancel command buttons are missing from dialog windows.

Is there a known issue with displaying buttons on forms viewed in an XP environment?

Thanks again!

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What is display font DPI setting?  Normal, Large or Custom?


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TomscarbAuthor Commented:
Thanks, Bob!  I checked the Windows 2000 machines (at 96 dpi) against the newer WinXP-equipped Dell laptops (larger resolution and 125 dpi) and found that merely reseting the dpi setting to 96 allowed our buttons to be visible.  This is awesome.  Thanks for the help!
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