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Non-Clickable Button (Use button only as a label)

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63708 Jul 8,2007 06:41 PM Jul 8,2007 08:25 PM Windows Forms 1
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Alan Read
Asked On July 8, 2007 06:41 PM


What would I need to override to make a button non-clickable? Basically I just want to use the button for its office 2007 styles.

The attached image will better clarify how I want to use the button..I just want it to be a static label.

I know I have to override the MouseHover and MouseDown events but what code would I put it so that nothing is registered etc.



Alan Read
Replied On July 8, 2007 08:25 PM

I figured it out.

At first I was going to create a custom control from buttonAdv but then I figured out that if I set the following things:

TabStop = false
keepFocusRectangle = false;

It works out like I want it too.



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