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i am working on a window form.in my winform i have groupboxes and textboxes .when i run my application and maximize the winform window how can i get my groupboxes and textboxes resized according to the size of window
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See this, it may help:
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/1603526/how-can-i-make-a-control-resize-itself-when-the-window-is-maximized[^]

If above link doesn't help:
Some times you may have to write code to set the size proportional to window size.
Get your window size and accordingly figure out some formula to resize the grid.
 
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The normal way is to set the Anchor properties relative to all four sides, however, that may not give the expected results if the controls become too small.
 
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Kenneth Haugland 4-Sep-12 12:14pm    
Can be fixed by setting the minimum size, or?
Dr.Walt Fair, PE 4-Sep-12 12:31pm    
Possibly. In some cases I've run into, the minimum size is too big. What would really be needed is to shrink the fonts, etc. as well as the edges of the controls. That's not so easy and I don't have a good solution.

If setting a minimum size works for your case, that's certainly easy!
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