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Copy a control at runtime.

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I have a main form where I have a 3rd party control.
At some point a user clicks a button which launchs a wizard, I want to pass
a copy of the 3rd party control to the wizard and not have it reference the
one on the main form so the changes can be made to the copy and not effect
the original. Can this be done? And how?
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JeffS
Nov 21 '05 #1
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Is this a Cloneable class ?, if so, it may have methods to allow you to
create a newly instantiated version with the same values, if not, you may
have to subclass it and do the cloning yourself

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I have a main form where I have a 3rd party control.
At some point a user clicks a button which launchs a wizard, I want to pass a copy of the 3rd party control to the wizard and not have it reference the one on the main form so the changes can be made to the copy and not effect
the original. Can this be done? And how?
--
Thanks,
JeffS

Nov 21 '05 #2

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