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Runtime load of windows forms user control with a DLL FIle

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I have seen may post about how to load user controls Dynamically from different DLLs based on the Control Name as a string.

My situation is very similar to this.  Except for one issue.  I don't have any DLLs to load my controls from.  

I am trying to dynamically load my user controls that are currently in my .EXE File.
My situation is as follows:
  I load up a tree view with some nodes as my main menu for my application.  These nodes are loaded from a data table.  I place a string in the Tag field of the tree view nodes.  This string is the name of the user control that I want to load into a panel next to my tree view.  

  Is there a way to load the control from within the my code much like the
Assembly.Load(<DLLName>).createInstace(<DLLName>.<ControlName>) without having it in a separate DLL.
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