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"Frames" in c#

Hi

Is there a component in c# like the Frame in Delphi. I'm looking for a way
to handle a large number of component in one winform and a frame style
component could do the trick.
Or is possible to dock a winform on a winform?

Thanks Torben
Dec 8 '05 #1
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Torben Laursen wrote:
Hi

Is there a component in c# like the Frame in Delphi. I'm looking for a way
to handle a large number of component in one winform and a frame style
component could do the trick.
Or is possible to dock a winform on a winform?

Thanks Torben


Hi Torben

I think the "Panel" component or "GroupBox" component might help you.

-Kevin

Dec 8 '05 #2
Torben Laursen wrote:
Is there a component in c# like the Frame in Delphi. I'm looking for a way
to handle a large number of component in one winform and a frame style
component could do the trick.
Or is possible to dock a winform on a winform?


Well, I don't know what a Frame is in Delphi, but perhaps Panel is what
you're after, possibly in conjunction with Splitter.

Jon

Dec 8 '05 #3
Just to add Jon's point, i think Container controls in .Net v2 are
better choice as they also provide layout functionality

Regards,
Naveed Ahmad Bajwa
http://bajoo.blogspot.com/

Dec 8 '05 #4

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