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Crystal Report Viewer XI C#.net maximizing window does not maximize report...cannot resize

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I am using the Crystal Report Viewer XI in  a C#.net application.   I am able to get the report to come up just fine however if the user maximizes the window using the box in the upper right hand corner the report viewer does not maximize with it. In addition, we cannot resize the viewer by pulling on the window.   Subsequently, the user cannot see the entire report....they an just scroll around it using the vertical and horizontal scroll bars. Is there a way to allow resizing?  Thank you!
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I am not familiar with the .Net viewer but in the VB viewer there is an option to open the report maximized.  I don't have an application readily available so I am not sure where exactly it is.

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