Resize Form & Controls For Screen Size in

Posted on 2009-05-13
Last Modified: 2013-12-26
How to Resize Form & Controls based on Screen Resolution in 2005
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If you don't mean maximize, then what about the following:

' fill out to default primary screen
Me.Location = new Point(0, 0)
Me.Size = Screen.PrimaryScreen.WorkingArea.Size

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You can place that code in the Form_Load.
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Use the Anchor property for each control that needs to be resized.

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