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using usercontrol same way as in vb6

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Is it possible to have a usercontrol in-program like vb6.
So no .dll is created.

I am using vb.2005
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Of course. Right-click on project item in the Solution View, select "Add User Control". Make required changes in it, build the project. To add this control to the Toolbox, right-click on Toolbox, select "Choose Items", "Browse". Find this executable file and select it. Now new user control appears in the Toolbox, and you can place it on the form as any other control.
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Thank you very much
It's not that difficult once you know the anwser ;-)
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