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Group Box with Rounded Corners

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Could someone show me how to get rounded corners on a groupBox, and also how to change the border color and width?

An example in VB .Net would be greatly appreciated.


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I don't think you can get rounded corners in the form designer without a 3rd party control.  I knew a kid in college who wrote one but I can't seem to find his website.  You're best off making some graphics (or using GDI+ which is sweet) and creating your own control.

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Eric
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