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How to disable controls in WinForm, but without make it gray in background.

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  Im using C# 2008 , WinForm NET 2. I have simple textbox control which I want to be not available user to enter new data to him, but also do not want to put it disable because I get bad looking gray background. What other option I have ?
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by:DarrenD
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Hi,

Can't you just change the BackColor property to White?

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