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textbox setfocus and back color change

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Can anyone tell me how to set the setfocus to texbox and change the backcolor with my C# window application?

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               TextBox t = new TextBox();
            t.Focus();
                t.BackColor = Color.Blue;
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by:tommychiu
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actually I have couple of textbox, If I select the first textbox then the back color change to blue otherwise change it back to normal.
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ok, if you select a text box then you have an enter event for each one or they can all share the same and in that you can set the backcolor as i have shown above.
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