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ClassDesigner control

Posted on 2006-11-24
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Hi all,

I'm developing with Visual Studio 2005 an i like the nice ClassDesigner. I like to know if it's possible to use this ClassDesigner control (or parts of it) in my own (winform) application. I need this to show simple classmodels in an application.

If this is possible, what kind of dll do i need? "Microsoft.VisualStudio.EnterpriseTools.ClassDesigner.dll"?

Thanks,

Sander
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This is a big topic!

The following might get you going..

http://msdn.microsoft.com/msdnmag/issues/06/03/DesignerHosting/
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