Control.ResumeLayout Method ()

 

Resumes usual layout logic.

Namespace:   System.Windows.Forms
Assembly:  System.Windows.Forms (in System.Windows.Forms.dll)

Public Sub ResumeLayout

Calling the ResumeLayout method forces an immediate layout if there are any pending layout requests.

The SuspendLayout and ResumeLayout methods are used in tandem to suppress multiple Layout events while you adjust multiple attributes of the control. For example, you would typically call the SuspendLayout method, then set the Size, Location, Anchor, or Dock properties of the control, and then call the ResumeLayout method to enable the changes to take effect.

There must be no pending calls to SuspendLayout for ResumeLayout to be successfully called.

The following code example adds two buttons to a form. The example transactions the addition of the buttons by using the SuspendLayout and ResumeLayout methods.

Private Sub AddButtons()
   ' Suspend the form layout and add two buttons.
   Me.SuspendLayout()
   Dim buttonOK As New Button()
   buttonOK.Location = New Point(10, 10)
   buttonOK.Size = New Size(75, 25)
   buttonOK.Text = "OK"

   Dim buttonCancel As New Button()
   buttonCancel.Location = New Point(90, 10)
   buttonCancel.Size = New Size(75, 25)
   buttonCancel.Text = "Cancel"

   Me.Controls.AddRange(New Control() {buttonOK, buttonCancel})
   Me.ResumeLayout()
End Sub

.NET Framework
Available since 1.1
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