Make Controls resize with a Form...

Once you have created your form, while in Design View, click on the field (or group of fields) want to resize with the form and select the Arrange tab then click Anchoring and select how you want your fields to grow..
Don't forget to leave the border resizable or you'll be having one of those oops moments telling your Users about a feature they can't make work!
To remove the Anchoring set it to Top Left which is the Default(For more on Anchoring see Microsoft's Article.)
The difficult I do immediately, the impossible takes a little bit longer.
Tips (Main)
Let your Client customize the form labels
Linking Subforms to an Unbound Control(s) on the Main (Parent) Form
Customize your Main Menu or Switchboard
Auto-Add new child records when adding a new record on the Main (Parent) Form
Simple Bar Chart using Shapes
Simulate a Drop Down box (not a Combo Box) as seen on Web Pages
Implement a Log-On form to control what the User sees
Switch Windows
Assign *Permissions* based on Users Levels
New User Form
Add *Favorites* to a Continuous Form
Custom Record Selectors
Searching Records
Drill Down (for Continuous Forms)
Highlight Required Controls (End-User Defined)
And let's pay attention to which fields to set to resize or you could have a moment like this!
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