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curve edges in td, textbox, button

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In my ecommerce application writted in ASP.NET, i would like t some of my td, textbox, buttons to have a curved, oval effect in the edges, how can I achieve that? Can I do it in Visual studio or should I use something like Pain to achieve this

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sorry, for the inconvenience, for some reason i thought the original question did not get posted, so i reposted it. I can see the original question now. Thanks
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