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How do I change the color of the text in the upper left corner of a groupbox?

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I use VS 2005. I put a groupbox on my form and the text in the upper left corner is blue. I would like to change it to black. How do I do that?

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Assuming that you mean the text property of the groupbox ("GroupBox1" in the example below), then you just need to go into the Property window and change the ForeColor to Black.

 |--GroupBox1--------------------------|
 |                                                   |
 |                                                   |
 |_____________________________|
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I knew it was something simple. That was one of the few properties I didn't try.

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