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Maximizing Form in vb.net

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Why can't the form be maximized in visual basic .net by double clicking the
title bar like it can in visual basic 6.0? When i double click the title bar
of a form in a vb .net project, it just goes to the code.

Thanks.
Nov 21 '05 #1
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Hi,

You must be talking about inside the VS.Net designer. That is how it is
supposed to work, it'll take you in code to the default event code
signature, all controls will do that. If you run your application and then
double-click the title bar it'll maximize just like any other Windows
program. Good luck! Ken.

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Why can't the form be maximized in visual basic .net by double clicking the title bar like it can in visual basic 6.0? When i double click the title bar of a form in a vb .net project, it just goes to the code.

Thanks.

Nov 21 '05 #2

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"sympatico" <fe******@a1vbcode.com> schrieb:
Why can't the form be maximized in visual basic .net by double clicking
the
title bar like it can in visual basic 6.0? When i double click the title
bar
of a form in a vb .net project, it just goes to the code.


All I can do is to confirm that this is a difference between VB6's and
VB.NET's forms designer.

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Nov 21 '05 #3

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