There are a wide variety of controls that you can put on Windows Forms, depending on the needs of your application.
Gives directions for attaching controls to your form.
Gives directions for appending controls with no user interface to your application.
Explains how to add and remove controls on a panel at run time.
Demonstrates how you can make a custom component automatically appear in the Toolbox once the component is created.
Gives directions for working with legacy ActiveX controls.
Describes things to keep in mind when planning an application that uses ActiveX controls.
Provides links to introductory topics on controls and what you can do with them.
Explains the basics of and theory behind validating the contents of Windows Forms controls.