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allow user to resize a label

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Is it possible to display a Label (or if necessary another control) on a form that the user can resize at run-time ?
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Heres a link I found, it resizes a button but would work the same for a label or any other control.
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Thanks kinger247
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Hmm i was quite late:-)
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Good urls though :)
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