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A Programmer's Guide to .NET by Alexei Fedorov

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10.1. Additional controls

The additional controls discussed in this chapter are used to provide extended user-interface functionality. Such controls include the following.

  • Panels Used to group other controls.

  • Splitters Used to resize docked controls at runtime.

  • Tab Controls and Tab Pages Controls that display multiple tabs can contain other controls.

  • ToolBars This control is used as a container to display a row of bitmapped buttons and dropdown menus.

  • Status Bars Used to implement Windows status bars, these are rectangular areas at the bottom of a form used to display status information.

  • Scroll Bars Used with container controls that do not have their own scroll bars to implement scrolling functionality. Another way to use scroll bars is to ...

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