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How to create a split panel

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Hi,

Being completely new to visual studio (im an old borland hand), i have no idea how to create a dragable split inside a window.
For example, what want to do is create two seperate viewing paynes (like the message box and message preview in outlook).
and have the divider between the two be dragable.

I've played around with the various controls but with no luck.
Could someone please detail how to do it?

Thanks :D
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by:J_Mak
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Can't you just use the "Splitter" control. It's a pretty simple control.

Cheers.
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by:mnamiri
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How do you use the splitter control?

Everytime i have tried i have not gotten the result I need...
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