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How do i add this user made control to my form in Visual studio.net 2005

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I want to add the user made control from this website  http://www.codeproject.com/KB/combobox/imagelistbox.aspx
to my  C# web form in visual studio .net 2005 but i havent done that kinda thing before and not sure how to. Very thankfull for any help!
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There is no way you can use this winforms control into your web application.
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