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in vb.net 2008 for windows how do you detect and adjust for 'Personalize, Display, Smaller, Medium, Larger'
 
We see that for customers with different settings some of our control text no longer fits.
 
How can we adjust for it programmatically without changing the user's settings?
Posted 21-Feb-13 4:35am
Edited 21-Feb-13 4:40am
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Solution 1

The question wasn't very obvious, but you can use the "AutoScaleMode" property on your forms to "Dpi", and this will scale with the screen DPI
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Solution 2

Thanks but I am not following screen dpi and how to do/user it?
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Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov at 9-Aug-13 15:46pm
   
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