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GroupBox Control (Windows Forms)

Windows Forms GroupBox controls are used to provide an identifiable grouping for other controls. Typically, you use group boxes to subdivide a form by function. For example, you may have an order form that specifies mailing options such as which overnight carrier to use. Grouping all options in a group box gives the user a logical visual cue. The GroupBox control is similar to the Panel control; however, only the GroupBox control displays a caption, and only the Panel control can have scroll bars.

GroupBox Control Overview (Windows Forms)

Explains what this control is and its key features and properties.

How to: Group Controls with the Windows Forms GroupBox Control

Describes how to use this control to group controls.

GroupBox

Describes this class and has links to all its members.

Panel

Describes this class and has links to all its members.

Controls to Use on Windows Forms

Provides a complete list of Windows Forms controls, with links to information on their use.

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