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How to disable autoscale in Visual Studio 2008 designer

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I have some buttons inside the Groupbox.  I would like to increase the size of the GroupBox without changing the size of buttons.
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by:Nirmalan Nagenthiran
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Try with AutoSize, AutoSizeMode properties...
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There is not such properties in Groupbox or button
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