Dynamically Centering a Windows Forms Label Control

Posted by: MS-Joe, on 21 Sep 2010 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

Im working on an athletic workout journal application that will include an Interval / Countdown Timer. I plan to build several versions of this application in different technologies (WPF, Web, Phone) but Im building the first version in Windows Forms. I want the user to be able to dynamically set the size of the Stopwatch display font, then resize the form and have the text re-center in the form, taking into consideration the new font size. Stuff like this is easy in HTML, but not so much in Windows...

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