Making four versions of a dialog's layout

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In the past, I recall laying out controls then hiding them until the correct values were entered into the visible controls. This time I need to have four groups of controls (GroupBox?) and displaying one group at a time.  Most controls are not shared and could imagine having a group box with controls in, with three groups hidden at any given time.

Does this make sense?  Can I hide the group by changing the Show property of the Group Box?

How about location?  Is it as simple as changing the locations of the one I want so I can move it to the main part of the dialog?

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Yes...you can simply change the Visible() property of the GroupBox(es) to hide/show them.  Setting the Location() property should work.  Just be careful during  design-time so that you don't drop one GroupBox inside of another.
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