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I would like to create an VB.NET app that has a navigation reagion spanning
the width of the screen and lying just below the menu items. I am new to
..NET and would like to see if someone could give me a quick comment on the
best way to go about doing this. In VB6 I would create a set of dockable
frames in a MDI app and then freeze the top frame but am not sure the best
way to go about this in .NET.

Any ideas would be greatly appreciated!

Thanks,
Ryan
Nov 22 '05 #1
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In .NET, You can do the same by following this:
1. Drop a control on the MDI form.
2. Set its Dock Property to the way you want it.

I hope this helps. :)

Ryan Smith wrote:
I would like to create an VB.NET app that has a navigation reagion spanning
the width of the screen and lying just below the menu items. I am new to
.NET and would like to see if someone could give me a quick comment on the
best way to go about doing this. In VB6 I would create a set of dockable
frames in a MDI app and then freeze the top frame but am not sure the best
way to go about this in .NET.

Any ideas would be greatly appreciated!

Thanks,
Ryan


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