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Winform Controls inadvertently overlapped each other in different PCs

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Hi experts
Labels and other UI controls overlapped each other in some Chinese Windows 7 PC of some clients. It was fine with my English Windows 7 PC.
Please refer to attached screenshot.

I am using Winform, .NET 3.5.

I think the issue might be related to the default font settings in that troubled PC. Can this issue be resolved by simply disabling the 'AutoSize'?

Thanks in advance.
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Autosize may solve the problem. But you need to check what controls behave wrongly. Usually AutoSize is false for most controls like buttons and is true for labels only. If disabling  does not solve the problem check also anchoring and docking settings for controls.
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Thanks anarki_jimbel
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