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VB.net DataGridView resizing

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I have a DataGridView on a TaskPane in my VB.net Excel add-in.
I need the user to be able to resize the DataGridView, which is placed
in a very specific part of the TaskPane so as to be visible.
I tried using the dock property as suggested in an article I found,
but it moved the DataGridView away from its visible location
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by:Ioannis Paraskevopoulos
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Hi,

Have a look at this article.

Giannis
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Hi
Which article?
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You want datagridview to resize itself as the task pane gets resized right? Try setting its Anchor property to all four sides.
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Thanks very much
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