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I have a C# window application that works fine on my PC because the DPI setting on my pc was 96 dpi. Now the testing group told me that some of our clients may set their dpi to 120 and resolution 1024 x 768. If this is the case, then some of the label or textbox will get overlap. I want to see what can I do to make my application to have a better display if the dpi is set greater that 96dpi?

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