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C# Form Scrollbar

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When resizing the form I noticed that when the form is  resized into smaller dimension there appeared to be the limit to the form's width/length  after achieving of which,  the inetnal content of the form does not fit inside and being left beyong the border.

The dock and the anchor properties of the grid and buttons inside the form are all set to reflect the form resizing.  

They stopped being visible after a certain dimentions (width/length) are achieved.  And the issue was discovered only by purpously extreme deformation of the form by puling the form border by the mouse from right to left.  Or pullling the bottom right corner of the form diagonally to the upper direction.

One of the possible solution to this I thought my be to set AutoScroll property of the form to True, for scrollbar to appear.  But it did not make the trick.  

 What did I do wrong?  What are other properties or methods to make the sform scroll bard to appear when necessary?
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