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I have a form (Form1) that contains a tab control which one tab has a
customer user control (UserControl1). When the user double-clicks on the
grid hosted there a new user control is created. I have a delegate / event
that passes via EventArgs the appropriate info from the grid to the
UserControl2. This works fine, except for now I'm a little lost on the
final step....I need that once the UserControl2 is "filled out" that it is
then added (and then dispose of it) to the tab control being hosted on

I hope this isn't that confusing, but I'm not sure if I need to have a
property that is set on Form1, or a static method on Form1 that takes
UserControl2 as a type and addes it. I just need a little guidance / help.
Thanks in advance.

Jan 19 '06 #1
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