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How to add a scroll bar to a dialog window?  (.NET / C#)

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Can someone provide me an examable of how to add a scoll bar to a dialog window?  I need to display a dialog window that goes beyond the length of the visual display and therefore would need a scroll bar to see the rest of the contents.    

CookingCalc.frmViewCCReport frm = new CookingCalc.frmViewCompReport(this);
frm.ShowDialog();
frm.Dispose();
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You can set the AutoScroll() property of the Form to True.  Design the form the way you want it to look.  Then shrink it down to a manageable size.  With AutoScroll() True, scrollbars will appear to allow you to navigate to the other controls.
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