The System Configuration dialog box; Vista OS: Is it possible to resize the dialog box? If this is not the case, why not plan such an option please?

Windows Vista; The System Configuration dialog box; dialog resize.

You can not, this is a dialog box and is not scheduled to be resizable.
 
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