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Controlling docked forms

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23921 Jan 24,2005 06:57 PM UTC Jan 31,2005 06:12 AM UTC Windows Forms 1
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Mark Calveric
Asked On January 24, 2005 06:57 PM UTC

After programmatically docking a form ( or a control) to a docking manager via DockControl method. What is the proper way to manipulate the properties of the docked form? And, where is thge proper place to initiate this docking?

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Replied On January 31, 2005 06:12 AM UTC

Hi Mark, 1) Could you please provide more information on what you mean by the dock form?. If you are referring to the DockHost, its not public. Is there any specific property that you are trying to set? 2) If some of the controls were docked using designer, then the NewDockStateEndLoad event handler is the proper place to dock additional controls. This is a stage where the docking manager is initialized and the serialized dock state has been loaded. Thanks, Stephen. >After programmatically docking a form ( or a control) to a docking manager via DockControl method. > >What is the proper way to manipulate the properties of the docked form? > >And, where is thge proper place to initiate this docking? > >

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