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I always design my programs with VB6 in normal font screen mode, The problem happened when another user of my programs run it in windows with large font size, there always a big distortion in controls size and forms, How can i solve this, I donot want to force my clients to use a specific font size in there windows setting , Thanx a lot
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you could use the scalemode pixels instead of twips,

or take a look at this code that resizes automatically:


http://www.planet-source-code.com/vb/scripts/ShowCode.asp?txtCodeId=40581&lngWId=1
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recommendation:

accept my answer
because i gave info about how to eliminate the problem


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