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Changing visually inherited objects in descendent

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VS2005, VB.

I put some buttons in winform A. I then create form B which inherits A. I
want to move the buttons to a different location in form B, but find all
properties of the button in the descendant set to readonly.

Is there a way I can adjuste these properties in the descendant? This would
make the visual inheritance much more useful.
May 4 '06 #1
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change the access level of the controls in the base form from Friend to
Protected (or protected friend)

hth,
Alan.

May 4 '06 #2

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Thank you!

"al*******@users.com" wrote:
change the access level of the controls in the base form from Friend to
Protected (or protected friend)

hth,
Alan.

May 4 '06 #3

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