How can I change some Form property without affecting the already placed controls?

Posted on 2007-08-05
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I have placed some controls on a form. Now if I change the form's background color, the control's background color also change.

How can I change some Form property without affecting the control?
Question by:rajesh_khater
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REA_ANDREW earned 1000 total points
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the background color of each control would have to be set.
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udhayakumard earned 1000 total points
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Until the 'Color' property of a particular control is configured, that particular control will use the Color of the parent (in ur case the form is the parent of all the controls)....

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