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Creating custom controls for .Net 2003

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I would like to create a couple of custom controls which I would be
able to add to my Toolbox in .Net 2003. Would this be a long process
if so are there any examples out there that would outline this process
for me?

Thanks!
Nov 15 '05 #1
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Luck, there in www.codeproject.co

You'll can find some examples....but I can say you that is too easy, you just have to create a Windows Control Library, and you'll see ... try it.
Nov 15 '05 #2

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Just follow these steps to populate the toolbox with your controls.

1) Start a new WindowsControlLibrary Project
2) Right click on the project and choose "Add User Control"
3) Choose the name of the control
4) Compile

Now click on the toolbox and there will be a new category for all of your
controls
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I would like to create a couple of custom controls which I would be
able to add to my Toolbox in .Net 2003. Would this be a long process
if so are there any examples out there that would outline this process
for me?

Thanks!

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