Howto: Increase checkbox with text size... vb.net

Hi Experts,

I know how to increase the size of text; however, I also want to match the check-box to the increased size!

Is this possible? Apologies if this is a really dumb question.

Regards,
Roberto
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RobertoFreemanoAuthor Commented:
hello?
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LeithauserCommented:
I use straight VB, so I am not so sure about VB.Net. In VB 6, you can just grab the top, bottom, or sides with the mouse pointer (once it turns into a two headed arrow) and drag the little squares that appear at the corners and middle of the sides of the dotted line around the check box. This does not happen in VB.NET?
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Mike TomlinsonHigh School Computer Science, Computer Applications, and Mathematics TeachersCommented:
If you turn off the AutoSize() property, then you can change the overall area of the CheckBox, but it leaves the actual part where the check mark goes the same size.
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LeithauserCommented:
Opps, I misread the question. Sorry, I guess I cannot help either.
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sanjay_nanawatiCommented:
No, Its Not Possible. Sorry! :) :)
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RobertoFreemanoAuthor Commented:
Thanks Guys
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