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How do a Panel and Splitter work together?

I have a Panel anchored to the Top and Left of my form.

I want to put a Splitter on the form, such that when I drag the Splitter, the Panel will grow and shrink vertically inside the form.


Thanks,

Tom
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What version VB?
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the way a panel and splitter work together is you dock it. So for instance a panel with dock set equal to "fill" will move with the splitter where as a docking of top will stay docked on top. In 2005 you will use the splitcontainer.

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VB .NET

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In the interim I have gotten a pretty good handle on how Splitters work.
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