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Create a click event for a custom user control

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I have created a custom user control, which consists of a panel and labels on the panel displaying different information that is returned from a query.  I programmatically add this new control to a windows form.  I add one new control for each record that is returned.  I want the user to be able to click anywhere on my new control and have the click event triggered.

I am not sure how to handle this.
I am using vb.net visual studio 2005

Thanks for the help.
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You need to declare your own custom click event to raise from your usercontrol.

Then in the click event of every panel/label you raise your custom event.

Trap the custom event in the main form...
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Thanks Idle_Mind.
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