How To Create a Resolution-Independent Forms and controls in vb 6.0

May I know how to Create a Resolution-Independent Form in vb 6.0 which can work in any screen resolution.
I have already tried the help of ( but it work only for the 1024*768 resolution and if i increase the resolution above this then all control are not come in original  designed way. As per the help of microsoft I have designed my application in 800*600 mode.

so pls tell me  how I can do the same.


Bytech IndiaAsked:
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Scott McDaniel (Microsoft Access MVP - EE MVE )Infotrakker SoftwareCommented:
The simplest way is to use a Resize control ... there are plenty out there for VB6:

plus more, just use your favorite search engine

If you want to do it yourself, this might help:

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by resolution independant, you would like the form to be ALWAYS at 800x600 or you would like it to resize to keep its relative size?


Sub Form_Resize ()
  If Me.WindowState = vbMinimized Then Exit Sub
  On Error Resume Next
  Text1.Left = 0
  Text1.Width = Me.ScaleWidth * 0.8 '80% Width
  On Error Goto 0
End Sub
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