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I have to know how to set system resolution of all tools in forms, which i using for my application.

I attached two screen shots. When i work my application with my system, form window and their tools placed correctly with my monitor fit(15 inch monitor).

But when i work my application in 21 inch monitor, all tools re arranged and

not in format. post me the code to set resolution as per system??


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