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Developing a Composite Windows Forms Control

You can develop a composite Windows Forms control by combining other Windows Forms controls. Composite controls that derive from System.Windows.Forms.UserControl are called user controls. The base class, UserControl, provides keyboard routing for the child controls, thus ensuring that child controls can receive focus. For an example of a user control, see the UserControl sample in How to: Apply Attributes in Windows Forms Controls.

The Windows Forms designer in Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 provides rich design-time support for authoring user controls.

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How to: Create a Windows Forms Control That Takes Advantage of Design-Time Features.NET Framework: Application Development
How to: Create a Windows Forms Control That Takes Advantage of Design-Time Features.NET Framework: Application Development
How to: Display a Control in the Customize Toolbox Dialog BoxWindows Forms Controls
Walkthrough: Serializing Collections of Standard Types with the DesignerSerializationVisibilityAttributeWindows Forms Controls
Walkthrough: Inheriting from a Windows Forms Control with Visual C#Windows Forms Controls
How to: Provide a Toolbox Bitmap for a ControlWindows Forms Controls
How to: Inherit from Existing Windows Forms ControlsWindows Forms Controls
Walkthrough: Debugging Custom Windows Forms Controls at Design TimeWindows Forms Controls
How to: Inherit from the Control ClassWindows Forms Controls
How to: Test the Run-Time Behavior of a UserControlWindows Forms Controls
How to: Align a Control to the Edges of Forms at Design TimeWindows Forms Controls
How to: Inherit from the UserControl ClassWindows Forms Controls
How to: Author Controls for Windows FormsWindows Forms Controls
How to: Author Composite ControlsWindows Forms Controls
Walkthrough: Authoring a Composite Control with Visual BasicWindows Forms Controls
Walkthrough: Authoring a Composite Control with Visual C#Windows Forms Controls
Walkthrough: Inheriting from a Windows Forms Control with Visual BasicWindows Forms Controls
How to: Display a Control in the Customize Toolbox Dialog BoxWindows Forms Controls
Walkthrough: Serializing Collections of Standard Types with the DesignerSerializationVisibilityAttributeWindows Forms Controls
Walkthrough: Inheriting from a Windows Forms Control with Visual C#Windows Forms Controls
How to: Provide a Toolbox Bitmap for a ControlWindows Forms Controls
How to: Inherit from Existing Windows Forms ControlsWindows Forms Controls
Walkthrough: Debugging Custom Windows Forms Controls at Design TimeWindows Forms Controls
How to: Inherit from the Control ClassWindows Forms Controls
How to: Test the Run-Time Behavior of a UserControlWindows Forms Controls
How to: Align a Control to the Edges of Forms at Design TimeWindows Forms Controls
How to: Inherit from the UserControl ClassWindows Forms Controls
How to: Author Controls for Windows FormsWindows Forms Controls
How to: Author Composite ControlsWindows Forms Controls
Walkthrough: Authoring a Composite Control with Visual BasicWindows Forms Controls
Walkthrough: Authoring a Composite Control with Visual C#Windows Forms Controls
Walkthrough: Inheriting from a Windows Forms Control with Visual BasicWindows Forms Controls
How to: Create a Windows Forms Control That Takes Advantage of Design-Time Features
How to: Display a Control in the Customize Toolbox Dialog Box
Walkthrough: Serializing Collections of Standard Types with the DesignerSerializationVisibilityAttribute
Walkthrough: Inheriting from a Windows Forms Control with Visual C#
How to: Provide a Toolbox Bitmap for a Control
How to: Inherit from Existing Windows Forms Controls
Walkthrough: Debugging Custom Windows Forms Controls at Design Time
How to: Inherit from the Control Class
How to: Test the Run-Time Behavior of a UserControl
How to: Align a Control to the Edges of Forms at Design Time
How to: Inherit from the UserControl ClassWindows Forms Controls
How to: Author Controls for Windows Forms
How to: Author Composite Controls
Walkthrough: Authoring a Composite Control with Visual Basic
Walkthrough: Authoring a Composite Control with Visual C#
Walkthrough: Inheriting from a Windows Forms Control with Visual Basic
How to: Create a Windows Forms Control That Takes Advantage of Design-Time Features.NET Framework: Application Development
How to: Display a Control in the Choose Toolbox Items Dialog BoxWindows Forms Controls
Walkthrough: Serializing Collections of Standard Types with the DesignerSerializationVisibilityAttributeWindows Forms Controls
Walkthrough: Inheriting from a Windows Forms Control with Visual C#Windows Forms Controls
How to: Provide a Toolbox Bitmap for a ControlWindows Forms Controls
How to: Inherit from Existing Windows Forms ControlsWindows Forms Controls
Walkthrough: Debugging Custom Windows Forms Controls at Design TimeWindows Forms Controls
How to: Inherit from the Control ClassWindows Forms Controls
How to: Test the Run-Time Behavior of a UserControlWindows Forms Controls
How to: Align a Control to the Edges of Forms at Design TimeWindows Forms Controls
How to: Inherit from the UserControl ClassWindows Forms Controls
How to: Author Controls for Windows FormsWindows Forms Controls
How to: Author Composite ControlsWindows Forms Controls
Walkthrough: Authoring a Composite Control with Visual BasicWindows Forms Controls
Walkthrough: Authoring a Composite Control with Visual C#Windows Forms Controls
Walkthrough: Inheriting from a Windows Forms Control with Visual BasicWindows Forms Controls
How to: Display a Control in the Choose Toolbox Items Dialog Box
Walkthrough: Serializing Collections of Standard Types with the DesignerSerializationVisibilityAttribute
Walkthrough: Inheriting from a Windows Forms Control with Visual C#
How to: Provide a Toolbox Bitmap for a Control
How to: Inherit from Existing Windows Forms Controls
Walkthrough: Debugging Custom Windows Forms Controls at Design Time
How to: Inherit from the Control Class
How to: Test the Run-Time Behavior of a UserControl
How to: Align a Control to the Edges of Forms at Design Time
How to: Inherit from the UserControl Class
How to: Author Controls for Windows Forms
How to: Author Composite Controls
Walkthrough: Authoring a Composite Control with Visual Basic
Walkthrough: Authoring a Composite Control with Visual C#
Walkthrough: Inheriting from a Windows Forms Control with Visual Basic
How to: Create a Windows Forms Control That Takes Advantage of Design-Time Features
How to: Create a Windows Forms Control That Takes Advantage of Design-Time Features

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