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Hey all,

I was trying to resize control size to the form size.
I'm changing my form size according to current Screen Size by using
Screen.PrimaryS creen.WorkingAr ea; and then I'm making a resizing to my form.
but the main problem is how to resize controls which are embedded to the form ?
after googeling and trying some kind of things, i got that the main problem of control resizing is control's font scaling. any idea how to scale the font according the current screen resolution?

Jan 19 '08 #1
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