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DesignSurface .net 4.0

Posted By:      Posted Date: December 04, 2010    Points: 0   Category :.NET Framework
I am trying to create my own custom form editor. I have found loads of examples that work for .net 2.0. Basically you add a reference to System.Design.Dll and then use a DesignSurface object and voila. Obviously there is more to it, but it works. I am trying to do the same thing with Visual Studio 2010 but, first System.Design doesn't show up on the .Net References list. If I manually add a reference it has the "!" icon next to it and it doesn't seem to contain the DesignSurface class. I checked the namespace (System.ComponentModel.Design) on MSDN and it seems the class still exists, but I can't get to it. Has making a custom UI changed? Where can I find a good example of how to do it with Visual Studio 2010  .net 4.0?

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