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group box - make it so the border can not be seen

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I have a group box on my form with controls on it.  I would like to change it so that it can not be seen by the user... How would i make it so that the user would not see the faint border around it?
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Wayne Taylor (webtubbs) earned 500 total points
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You wouldn't use a GroupBox if you want to do that. Instead you would use a Panel with it's BorderStyle property set to None.Wayne
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