How to make a TForm a component on another TForm

This is a case of "I knew it once - but I can't remember - or find it!"

I'm pretty sure it is possible to place a TForm on another form.  But I can neither figure it out nor concoct a search that comes up with the information I need.

Some example code would be nice to refresh my memory.
DMTrumpAsked:
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2266180Connect With a Mentor Commented:
say form1:TForm1; form2:TForm2; you place form2 on form1 like this:

begin
  form2.parent:=form1;
end;

ta-da :D (dont' forget to set size, position accordingly ;) )
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jpleveneCommented:
I think you are talking about frames.

In your project goto File and New and create a frame.  Design it and save it.

In your form under "Standard" on the components pallette, the first entry should be Frames, click this and click on the form where you want to insert it.  A dialog will then appear with a list of all the frames in your project, select which one and voila.

You can align frames as none, client, top, botton, etc.  You can do customisation, etc.
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DMTrumpAuthor Commented:
ta-da Indeed!  I knew it was something simpl but for some reason I just couldn't remember!  What would I do without you ciuly?

(Sorry about the delay in responding - for some reason my email put the EE notices in my spam box!)
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DMTrumpAuthor Commented:
jplevene,  Thanks for the pointer about frames - in this case the much simpler solution provided by ciuly was what I was looking for (and knew was doable)  But I appreciate the reminder about Frames - something I've not used a lot and need to think more about!
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