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sizing the panels

Posted on 2012-03-18
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Hello all,

I need your help, I have a desktop application in C# I am designing.

The main form has an image and the image is set to zoom. So when I increase or decrease the form by dragging the corners of the form the image increases and decreases.  GOOD

The problem is the panels on the form do not increase or decrease in size.  I tried different options with the properties but have not found a solution.

Is there something I am overlooking.  Can this be done by just setting the right properties or does this have to be done with programming.

Hope this makes sense, Thanks
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by:Ashok
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Make sure this panel is anchored to all 4 sides of the user control.

HTH
Ashok
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I am not sure how many panels you have and arrangements of panels and other components in your form, but see following link

http://www.experts-exchange.com/Programming/Languages/C_Sharp/Q_22788475.html

HTH
Ashok
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by:Naman Goel
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You are having two solution:

1. 1

Anchor your Panels from all sides(Left, right, top, bottom)

2. 2

Dock your Panel to fill to parent
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