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What is the best way to develop a multi-page Windows Application (i.e. work like a web app - no pop-

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Hi, I have implemented a toolstrip and want to use this as my menu to change current page (just like a web application). I DON'T want extra forms popping up.    I ask this question as in the past I have always used TAB Control, but now that I'm using the toolstrip I don't require the Tab Buttons themselves. Can I hide these buttons, during runtime. Obviously I only need one tab displayed at a time. I have looked at using a panel, but that means I can't flick between panels during design stage. Any suggestions would be really appreciated. Thanks. John.      


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What is the best way to develop a multi-page Windows Application (i.e. work like a web app - no pop-

  

Hi,

I have implemented a toolstrip and want to use this as my menu to change current page (just like a web application). I DON'T want extra forms popping up.   

I ask this question as in the past I have always used TAB Control, but now that I'm using the toolstrip I don't require the Tab Buttons themselves. Can I hide these buttons, during runtime. Obviously I only need one tab displayed at a time.

I have looked at using a panel, but that means I can't flick between panels during design stage.

Any suggestions would be really appreciated.

Thanks.

John.

 

 

 


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