Why does the ToolStrip show up in the component tray

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Why does the ToolStrip show up in the component tray

Postby QmlsbCBSdXN0 » Thu, 22 Jun 2006 09:23:01 GMT

I was under the impression that components that do not have a visual presence 
on a form show up in the component tray of the designer but controls do not.  
However, the ToolStrip is a control that does have a visual presence, but it 
also shows up in the component tray.  Why is that, and in general, what 
causes a component to show up in the component tray?

-- 
Bill

RE: Why does the ToolStrip show up in the component tray

Postby v-garych » Thu, 22 Jun 2006 16:01:28 GMT

Hi Bill,

Thank you posting!

I am afraid this newsgroup is mainly discussing the issues about usages of 
Visual Studio 2003/2005 IDE. If you have interests in the toolbox control's 
built-in mechanism, I suggest you consult it in a more appropriate 
newsgroup, you'd get better and quicker help:

microsoft.public.dotnet.framework.windowsforms.controls

Thanks for your understanding.

Best regards,

Gary Chang
Microsoft Online Community Support
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