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Changing the Appearance of Windows Forms

You can customize the look of your Windows Forms applications in many different ways, such as changing the border, opacity, shape, style, or setting a background image for your Windows Forms application.

How to: Change the Borders of Windows Forms

Shows how to change the border style of a form.

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How to: Enable Windows XP Visual StylesWindows Forms Programming
How to: Create Nonrectangular Windows FormsWindows Forms Programming
How to: Add Background Images to Windows FormsWindows Forms Programming
How to: Display Modal and Modeless Windows FormsWindows Forms Programming
How to: Make a Startup Windows Form InvisibleWindows Forms Programming
How to: Create Transparent Windows FormsWindows Forms Programming
How to: Set the Screen Location of Windows FormsWindows Forms Programming
How to: Change the Borders of Windows Forms Using the DesignerWindows Forms Programming
How to: Enable Windows XP Visual StylesWindows Forms Programming
How to: Create Nonrectangular Windows FormsWindows Forms Programming
How to: Add Background Images to Windows FormsWindows Forms Programming
How to: Display Modal and Modeless Windows FormsWindows Forms Programming
How to: Make a Startup Windows Form InvisibleWindows Forms Programming
How to: Create Transparent Windows FormsWindows Forms Programming
How to: Set the Screen Location of Windows FormsWindows Forms Programming
How to: Change the Borders of Windows Forms Using the DesignerWindows Forms Programming
How to: Enable Windows XP Visual Styles
How to: Create Nonrectangular Windows Forms
How to: Add Background Images to Windows Forms
How to: Display Modal and Modeless Windows Forms
How to: Make a Startup Windows Form Invisible
How to: Create Transparent Windows Forms
How to: Set the Screen Location of Windows Forms
How to: Change the Borders of Windows Forms Using the Designer
How to: Enable Windows XP Visual StylesWindows Forms Programming
How to: Create Nonrectangular Windows FormsWindows Forms Programming
How to: Add Background Images to Windows FormsWindows Forms Programming
How to: Display Modal and Modeless Windows FormsWindows Forms Programming
How to: Make a Startup Windows Form InvisibleWindows Forms Programming
How to: Create Transparent Windows FormsWindows Forms Programming
How to: Set the Screen Location of Windows FormsWindows Forms Programming
How to: Change the Borders of Windows Forms Using the DesignerWindows Forms Programming
How to: Enable Windows XP Visual Styles
How to: Create Nonrectangular Windows Forms
How to: Add Background Images to Windows Forms
How to: Display Modal and Modeless Windows Forms
How to: Make a Startup Windows Form Invisible
How to: Create Transparent Windows Forms
How to: Set the Screen Location of Windows Forms
How to: Change the Borders of Windows Forms Using the Designer

Form

Describes this class and has links to all of its members.

FormBorderStyle

Describes this enumeration and contains descriptions of all of its members.

VisualStyleRenderer

Describes this class and has links to all of its members.

Image

Describes this class and has links to all of its members.

Region

Describes this class and has links to all of its members.

Color

Describes this class and has links to all of its members.

Windows XP Features and Windows Forms Controls

Describes the features of Windows Forms that support Windows XP.

Adjusting the Size and Scale of Windows Forms

Contains links to topics that show how to change the size and scale of a form.

Graphics and Drawing in Windows Forms

Contains links to topics that describe how to perform custom drawing on Windows Forms.

Controls with Built-In Owner-Drawing Support

List owner-draw support in Windows Forms controls.

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