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Abstract

Windows are the basic ingredients in any desktop application—so basic that the operating system itself is named after them. However, there’s a fair deal of subtlety in exactly how you use a window, not to mention how you resize its content. This subtlety is what makes windows (or forms, to use .NET terminology) one of the most intriguing user interface topics.

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Form Class Ancestor Form Shaped Form Event Handler Public Class 
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© Matthew MacDonald 2002

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  • Matthew MacDonald

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