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Default Sizing a form to fit different screen settings

I have created my main form for the application, however, since am using a computer screen setting of 800 by 600 pixels, it displays fine but when I tried it on a screen of 1024 by 768 pixels, it looked so bad coz of extra space created.

How can I ensure that my form opens while maximised to fit the whole screen and that irrespective of the scrren settings, the display remains the same?






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