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Stacked GroupBar Header

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31144 Jun 30,2005 10:50 AM Jul 12,2005 04:18 AM Windows Forms 1
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Troy Compton
Asked On June 30, 2005 10:50 AM

Is there anyway to completely turn off the Header of the GroupBar control. I am using it with themes disabled, visual style set to Office2003 and in stacked mode. In my app, I have a custom control that I use for headers already, so I would like for the GroupBar''s header to just be turned off. It will not, however, let me just set the Height to 0.

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Replied On July 12, 2005 04:18 AM

Hi Troy, Setting the height of the header to 1 and setting both HeaderForeColor and HeaderBackColor to the same color (that matches the Form) should cause it to become effectively invisible. Regards, Greg Austin >Is there anyway to completely turn off the Header of the GroupBar control. I am using it with themes disabled, visual style set to Office2003 and in stacked mode. In my app, I have a custom control that I use for headers already, so I would like for the GroupBar''s header to just be turned off. It will not, however, let me just set the Height to 0.

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