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Change Component Overlap Order In Visual Studio?

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Hi, sometimes I drop in components onto my winform only to find out later, I might want to use a 'Flowlayoutpanel'. However, when I drop in a 'Flowlayoutpanel' it sits above my other components, and I can't drop my components into the panels as they are under it.

I know I can mess with the designer code to change the component order, but is there some kind of option where I can change the component order so I can bring some above others etc.

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If you right-click on a component there are options send to back and bring to front.

Do they do what you are after?
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Oh yea lol, funnily enough I never noticed that!
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