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Multiple toolstrip docking issue

Posted on 2006-07-14
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I am creating a simple form with three toolstrips all docked at the top of the screen and anchored at the top/left corner. Say ts1, ts2, and ts3. The problem is I want them to be in the order 1 2 3, where 1 is the highest on the screen and 3 is the lowest. However, they auto fit into the order 321 and I can not for the life of me figure out how to set which order they appear docked in. Anyone have any information?
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by:Jeff Certain
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If you add a toolstrip container to the form, and put the toolstrips in it, you can specify the location to reorder the toolstrips.

The easiest way to do this is probably to select a toolstrip, click on the arrow in the upper right corner, and select embed in toolstrip container.
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by:wilsoada
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Ok great i have all of them in a toolstrip container but where do you specify which order they appear in the container?
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by:wilsoada
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Should they each be in there own toolstrip container or all in the same one? I can not find any documentation on the toolstrip container in any of my .NET books.
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Jeff Certain earned 500 total points
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All in the same container.

You specify the order by changing the location (left and top) properties.
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by:wilsoada
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ah ok this helped I think my biggest problem was also that i was just running the debug with F5 after i made changes and the changes weren't being reflected because I wasn't running build everytime. Thanks for the help here's the points.
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