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Using SplitContainer with Panels

Posted on 2012-04-06
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I have a UI Form I designed that has the following:

Form itself with a SplitContainer with two Panels.  The left Panel (Panel 1) is where I have a Toolstrip control. Panel 2 of the SplitContainer is where I will have two separate Panels called Form and Data.

Form may have different Forms depending on what button is selected in SplitContainer:Panel1.  Data may show actual results debending on what is entered for the Form.

I know I can add a Form with its TopLevel property set to False and then show it after being added.  In the case above how would I code this in VB?

Thank you for the assistance.
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set the form's parent / owner to splitcontainer.panel2, then call Show() or Hide() on the form
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