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Program Scaling - Maximizing Visual Basic 2008

Posted on 2009-04-09
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If I maximize my program's window, the buttons and fields don't expand they just stay as they are.
How can i fix it so that it will expand to the any resolution dynamically ?

Also want to know how can I lock it, stop a user from scaling the program's window.
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You have to use Anchor property of every control to respond the way you want it to behave while maximizing.

For specifying specific size there is Mx Size and Min Size property in the form control that you can use.
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