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collapsible panel in windows forms

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hi ,

how can i implement collapsible & expandible panel in windows form?

thx,
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Just change the height or width of your panel... It's easy when you don't need extra features.. Also, you can dock your panels to make it really look like it's collapsable.. create a panel.. insert a new panel in it, and set its docking style to Top.. then add another panel in the same container panel.. set its docking style to top too.. then when you switch your first panel's height, your second panel will move to fill the space etc..
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if you want collapsible splitter, emoreu has the right answer!
and if you want Win XP like task panels, then use the link provided by seazium .
i've used both of these many many times.
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