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How to control size of a form?

Posted on 2007-09-29
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Last Modified: 2013-12-26
Hello group,

I have developed an application on a desktop machine with 20" screen size. However, when my customer install it on his laptop the form looks big and it also covers 2/3 of his screen!
How in VB 6.0 could I control the size? is there any solution that program can check the size or resolution and base on its environment get resized properly?

Your help will be appreciated greatly.


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