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PropertyGrid control - need advanced help

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Greetings all,

I am using a PropertyGrid control in my application and I'm having
trouble finding documentation on it. I have my basic PG built and can add
Properties of standard types (int, bool, string)... but I need to know how
to add more complex Properties (like other classes). One example that I
would like to replicate is the Font dialog window that you get when you
click the Font Property for a standard windows Form. I want to be able to
launch a dialog box to calculate and return an object to my property from
within the PropertyGrid.

Has anyone had experience with this?

-James
Nov 15 '05 #1
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Hi James,
Take a look at MSDN article
ms-help://MS.MSDNQTR.2003FEB.1033/dndotnet/html/usingpropgrid.htm
if you have MSDN installed on your machine

The same article can be found on the online MSDN at:
http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/de...ngpropgrid.asp

That is pretty much waht you migt need to use the PropertyGrid control.

HTH
B\rgds
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Greetings all,

I am using a PropertyGrid control in my application and I'm having
trouble finding documentation on it. I have my basic PG built and can add
Properties of standard types (int, bool, string)... but I need to know how
to add more complex Properties (like other classes). One example that I
would like to replicate is the Font dialog window that you get when you
click the Font Property for a standard windows Form. I want to be able to
launch a dialog box to calculate and return an object to my property from
within the PropertyGrid.

Has anyone had experience with this?

-James

Nov 15 '05 #2

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