Error: No overload for 'ResizeForm' matches delegate 'EventHandler'

BenTam 1,581 Reputation points

Dear All,

  1. I create a BaseForm.cs by choosing "New Item..." on the right-click menu. I use this way to create a "BaseForm". Should it be okay to include BaseForm in the project?
  2. After that I encounter the following error. Could anybody tell me how to fix the error?


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  1. Jiale Xue - MSFT 41,426 Reputation points Microsoft Vendor

    Hi @BenTam , Welcome to Microsoft Q&A.

    For the first question, you are creating a form called "Base Form", so it doesn't matter.

    The second question, please add resize form in the designer.


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