Anchors ?

I remember using borland c++ 4 professional quite some time ago and it had a property called anchor on pretty much most of the controls, what I would like to know ( which may be a round about question or at least of my wording anyway ) is are there any control or controls that you can get for vb 6 that will allow you to add an anchor property to all if not most of the controls in vb 6 so that the controls in vb 6 automatically resize. If so has anyone got an example(s) of this

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Shane Russell2nd Line Desktop SupportAsked:
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Shane Russell2nd Line Desktop SupportAuthor Commented:
Great suggestion there emoureau  ( Havent tested it yet ) will leave this open until tommorow just to see if there any other options ( if not you defintly got a good chunk of the poinks )

Thanks :)
saravananvgCommented:
Hello Sir,

  Check the following link which says that anchor property can be set for vb5 and vb6.

http://www.freevbcode.com/ShowCode.asp?ID=6075

with regards,
padmaja.
Shane Russell2nd Line Desktop SupportAuthor Commented:
Thanks for both of the suggestions :) I hope I split the points fairly and I will probably give these suggestions a go over the next week or two ( they both look very workable ) Thx !!
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