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In Winform, how to Create checkbox and combo box in the same row dynamically

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I want to display a user's details in a winform. The details need to be populated in separate rows, during runtime. Each row must contain a string data (say data1 and this fetched as a list from database eg: it has 10 rows), 5 checkboxes (they are checked/unchecked based on the data stored in DB) and a combo box (this combo box is populated based on data1). So there should be 10 rows, each with data1, 5 checkboxes and a combo box.

Can anyone please suggest some ideas?
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The best way would be to create a user control that has the necessary controls for one row. You can then add the user control the correct number of times to a panel. This can then have a scroll bar to scroll up and down the list if there are more than can be displayed on screen at once.

The user control can be passed the necessary data using either properties or by a parameter in the constructor.
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Thanks for your help.
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