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I have a form that is MDI Parent for others.
I want to have an MDI Child that I can resize according to a number of questions I will display on it...
Now it's 825 X 788. Whenever I try to put a value higher than 788, it doesn't allow me and resets itself to 788
I tried to set the height when I create the child form, but no success

Here are my settings:
AutoScaleMode= None
AutoSize= False
AUtoSizeMode= Grow Only
COntrolBox=false
FormBorderStyle=None
LOcked=false


Can you, please help?
Thank you...
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This is a limitation of the windows forms designer. It will not let you select a resolution higher than the screen you are working on (actually I think it allows something like your resolution + 20px, so I assume your resolution is 1024 or 1280 by 768). The only real way around this is to set the size in the constructor and place a panel on your form that is the size you want, that way you can scroll around to place the objects correctly. Or you can try to develop a form that doesn't need that much space...
 
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