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Do the controls have a Tip at run time?

At run time is there a possibility to provide a tip for the controls once I
move the mouse over them?
Thanks,
Doru
Feb 9 '06 #1
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Doru,

Yes, you have to add a ToolTip control to your form, and then your
controls on the form will have a ToolTip property (or something similar).

The ToolTip control is an extender provider, meaning that it adds
properties (not at the CLR/type level, but at the designer level) to other
controls, like a tooltip.

Hope this helps.
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At run time is there a possibility to provide a tip for the controls once
I move the mouse over them?
Thanks,
Doru

Feb 9 '06 #2
Of course it helped, thanks a lot.
Feb 10 '06 #3

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