how can i put controls in flash object in C#.net window application ??

i created flash control in windows form ....
now i want to know that how can i put button control in flash, is it possibe ??

please refer the below code ...

private void Flash_Load(object sender, EventArgs e)
        {
            Form objform = this.FindForm();
            //get form properties
            objGeneral.GetFormProperties(objform);
            objform.LocationChanged += new EventHandler(this.Flash_LocationChanged);
            objform.Resize += new EventHandler(this.Flash_Resize);

            //attach flash object to the windows form
            int length = Application.ExecutablePath.Length;
            string GetFlashPath = Application.ExecutablePath.Substring(0, length - 22).ToString() + "Flash\\" + "Six_Sigma_demo.swf";
            axShockwaveFlash1.StopPlay();
            axShockwaveFlash1.Movie = GetFlashPath;
            axShockwaveFlash1.Play();
        }

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now i want to put button control in flash object , and when i click on button then login form open,but how can i do this ??
Parth48Asked:
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starlite551Connect With a Mentor Commented:
A possible solution to your problem is:
1. You can create a Windows Form Custom User Control.
2. Add Flash object from ToolBox to it.
3. Add a Button Control to the designer surface.
4. Inside the click event of the Button control's object add the following code :

private void btnFlash_Click(object sender, EventArgs e)
{
       LoginForm lf = new LoginForm();
       lf.Show();       
}

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5. Then add a reference to the .dll file that is generated from User Control's Project to your own project.
6. Finally Add the User Control to your Form.
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Parth48Author Commented:
yes @starlite551: u r right , thanks for the help ....
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