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Container Object

Creates an object that can contain other objects.


Container

Container objects can contain other objects and allow access to the objects contained within them. For example, if you create a container object that contains two list boxes and two command buttons, and then add the container object to a form, the list boxes and command buttons can be manipulated at design time and at run time.

For more information about container objects and how they differ from other objects and controls, see Object-Oriented Programming.

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