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Programmed "Form class" with controls anchors

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Hi everyone!

I have a problem that I can't resolve. In VB2005 I've programmed a new
class, where I use a Windows Form with four controls: a SplitContainer, a
Panel, a Label and a TableLayoutPanel. I build my class and referenced it
from a new WindowsApplication project.

All controls have setted the anchor property. When I add an inherited form
in my windows application that inherits from the form that is in the class
library, all controls loose the anchor property and when I resize the form I
can never put the controls correctly again as they are in the class project.

Does anybody know whats the problem?


Jaime Lucci
Salta - Argentina
May 3 '07 #1
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