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Windows Forms -- Toolbox Panel like in Visual Studio

Posted on 2004-04-27
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Hi all,

In Visual Studio .NET we have toolbox on the left hand side and we can hide ( or slide to the left) this toolbox when we click on the right hand corner of the toolbox....(or we can stack it to display always on the screen)
How i can programatically implement it ? Any idea ? Using panels ? Splitter?
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Doing it yourself would take some time.  Woudl you be against using a free library such as
http://www.divil.co.uk/net/controls/dockingsuite/
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