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02 April 2015 Reply
How can I use that in my Windows Form?
07 April 2015 Reply
If you mean adding it to the Visual Studio Toolbox, if you're using the source code, the items will appear automatically. If you've placed compiled dll's in single location and reference them from there then you could use Tools | Choose Toolbox Items in order to display the controls.
If I'm using a third party component, I tend to drop a button onto a form, then go into the designer file and change the type of the button to be the true control rather than polluting my toolbox.
Sorry I'm pretty new to C#
How can I compile this as a dll?
09 April 2015 Reply
Unfortunately I can't condense a beginners guide to C# and Visual Studio into a comment, it's a pretty wide ranging subject! But basically, if you have a solution open, open the Build menu and choose Rebuild to do everything, or context click a project in the Solution Explorer and choose Build to build individual projects. This will then compile your project into the various DLL/EXE files depending on the types of project - generally these will be in a folder called either "debug" or "release" depending on the project configuration.
Have you tried looking at the Getting Started with Visual Studio documentation on MSDN?
NEver mind, have already solved it! Thank you very much