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buying userinterface controls for vb.net

Posted on 2004-10-16
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we are currently looking to buy a custom set of user interface controls for our new product .we are looking for the following controls to be in this set ,Toolbar ,Listview ,Treeview ,Buttons ,panels ,group box and so on.
I've been to component source and have seen some goood samples but i am still looking, So can anyone give some pointers
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