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VB.net change appearance of Windows Form Border

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I have the following form with a background image and want to get the edge of the form as close in color to the background image. Is this possible. If not, can I manipulate or hide the border of the form at all?

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In design mode, select your form and view properties.  Go to the property named FormBorderStyle and set it to "None"  Now run your program, and it should not have a border.
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Thanks very much
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