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Posted on 2006-10-22
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VB.net provides me to add system or web colors as a backcolor to a panel . How do I add shades in a panel.
i.e i want it to look dark blue on the top and light at the bottom

As  a matter of fact, i want to add shades to more components such as buttons as well

PLease let me know

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by:gangwisch
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you need to turn the borderstyle to fixed3d then adjust the colors i believe
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I dont think so..
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