Properties let you customize the appearance and behavior of a Windows form.
The Windows Forms Designer lets you define a form based on the properties that are available in its base class (which is usually the System.Windows.Forms.Form class).
You can add custom properties to a form.
Properties let you encapsulate additional logic, in the form of the get and set accessors. These accessors let you preprocess data before you allow the programs to store them or read them from the field that originally stored the data.
The get and set accessors allow read and write access, respectively, to a property. If you want to make a property ...